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hi there; i'm pregnant for almost 10 weeks i have very very hard time during my pregnancy, i tried the declectin it doesn't work with me also it didn't change any thing i still vomiting and having nausea and feeling like i have empty .the doctor wrote for prochorperazine.but i did search on the internet and i found it's not safe! what is your opinion and if it hurts the baby how? i took it for around 10 days3 times per day (10mg). i m so worried about my baby if i hurt him!!!!!!!!!
You are welcome to call our toll free (-800-436-8477) Motherisk NVP Helpline and talk to one of our specially trained counselors. You will be able to discuss why Diclectin may not have worked for you. The Motherisk counselor can also talk to you about prochlorperazine which to our knowledge, has not been found to cause adverse effects on babies whose mother took it in pregnancy.