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The Motherisk Nausea and Vomiting of Pregnancy (NVP) Forum

Motherisk receives questions from around the world about morning sickness symptoms, effects, treatments and ways to cope. Those questions and answers are posted here for anyone to read, provided the reader acknowledges and accepts the proviso and disclaimer below.

Forum > Treatment > Treatment side effects
Topic Date Posted
Ondansetron and breastfeeding
i am currently 33 weeks pregnant and having been taking ondansetron since week 16. i hav...
2007-11-12
Diclectin and side effects
I suffered with severe NVP for both my children. My son who is the oldest , I was never ...
2007-01-11
Zofran and post partum depression
Is there any link between taking zofran during pregnancy and post partum depression?
2006-12-20
NVP treatment and side effects
Does Diclectin increase appetite? or assist in excessive weight gain...Can the drug cause ...
2006-11-01
Long term effects of Diclectin
I took Dicletin 8 months while I was pregnant with my second one, and my baby is extremely...
2006-07-18
Stomach cramps and headache
I am in my 9th week and have severe nausea which is wose late afternoon to when I go to be...
2006-05-01
Treatment and Drowsiness
I am seven and a half weeks pregnant and have just started taking Diclectin - prescribed b...
2003-11-11
Sedative effect of Diclectin
I'm 27 weeks pregnant with my first, and am still having NVP. I've been on diclectin for 1...
1999-12-13
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