"There's a baby in there!"
(I felt really horrible that day, but nobody knew I was PG...I think that is why I decided to tell so early...so I didn't have to explain my odd behavior)Oh I just wanted to say thanks to everyone for their encouragement and advice. It really helps. It's amazing because today I am actually feeling relatively better (knock on wood). Liz, I did actually start taking Zofran because I did get to the point where I couldn't keep ANYTHING down, and was getting dehydrated etc. I guess you have to reach to point where the benefits of a medication outweigh the risks. I feel like I am there.
Which brings me to my next point.
Does anyone know of anyone, or have themselves taken Zofran when they are pregnant? If so I would like lots of reassuring stories about how normal and healthy your baby turned out, because I am really nervous about taking anything despite my doctor's reassurance that it is safe. It doesn't help that I work where all the babies who are not ok live. Anyway, thanks again for the advice...and keep it coming.