Morning sickness — Maheeru, please?Hi, could you offer your advice for my friend?
She is about 8-9 weeks pregnant with her second child. With her first she suffered from hyperemesis gravidarum, and is seeming to reoccur this second pregnancy.
She is desperate for some relief.
Her basic symptoms as she describes are:
“super sensitive to light, headaches constantly, salivating like crazy and has to spit it out or I will throw up...the headache never really goes away to be honest. it's always there and the only thing that makes it better is sleep or dark and quiet. Location is the back of my head down my spine or right behind my eyeballs. Its the worst aching through my whole body, like I shake when I move I shiver because of pain, my bp is high because of pain, it's a massive ache.
Noise, light, water, eating, movement, literally anything can make it worse. Throwing up never helps. My husband has had to carry me around because I can’t walk.”
[Edited by rom109 on 2018-03-23 03:20:21]
rom109 on 2018-03-23
♡ drjitesh 2 years ago
1) What are the complaints and any known cause for such complaints.
2) List out locations and sensations associated with complaints if any
3) Write down worsening and bettering factors and any associated symptoms about these complaints.
4) Details about emotional state, personality, temperament, fears/anxieties.
5) Details like cravings/aversions, climate/temperature preference, thirst/hunger/sleep/sex/discharge issues and about physical appearance.
6) Any other miscellaneous details including past history of diseases, medicines taken and diseases running into family.
♡ maheeru 2 years ago
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