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Nausia Medication - Phengrin?

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Ok Ladies, I'm at 3 months and the nausia hit with a vengance. The Dr has offered Phenegrin - anti nausia. Does anyone know if this is gluten-free? Already tried the motion sickness wristbands and they are NOT helping.

Also have a splitting headache that is about to make my forehead pop right off. Anything stronger than Tylenol acceptable?

Thanks!

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Phenergan w/ codeine is the only one for sure that I know of w/o gluten, sorry this probably isn't much help. hope you feel better though

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I had migraines during my pregnancy and sorry but all you can take is Tylenol, nothing stronger. :( What I found that helped also was these pads you can buy that stick on your forehead and stay cold for 30 minutes.

I was on Tigan for anti-nausea during my pregnancy but cannot say if it is gluten-free or not (I was not diagnosed at the time).

I find it interesting that so many of us that have Celiac's also had severe morning sickness during pregnancy.

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