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Hi, I am 30 years old and 11 weeks pregnant. I am carrying twins and week 4 onwards I am having server vomiting. I was not able to keep anything not even water. With Drs. consultation I got admitted and was given drips and injected with medics such as zofer. After getting discharge from the hospital, 1 week it was ok but the prblm started again I again got hospitalized and given drips and injected with medic and discharged after three days and was given medicines like (pan40, zofer 8 mg, susten 300, Reglan, asprain, etc) again after a week the same prblm started and was admitted again and given drips and this time doc injected CORT-S (i was told its a steroid and is given bcuz m not responding to other medics). And was also asked to take WYSOLONE 40 mg (another steroid) , I haven't taken this medicine bcuz of being a high power steroids. Now again the same problem have started again with coughing. I am totally confused about the treatment I am getting and also feeling very very week, I have lost almost 12 kgs since the detection of pregnancy. Please help and guide.

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hi u hav severe hyperemesis gravidarum tat means severe vomiting with deterioration of health .. few people hav tat n common with twins.. treatment which was given is correct n kindly follow under guidance of a good obstetrician. .. as u lost lot of weight tak immediate measures
stop pan40 -it is not given in pregnancy.stop wyselone steroids also. take a tablet of pregnidoxin on empty stomach with little water in morning. wait for half an hour and take ors type liquids,no fats ,toned milk/curds as proteins repeat the medicine at night again. do get back here after a day. twins has nothing to do with vomitings. some have little,others have more but there is medicine which is safe for mother and growing up baby. do not experiment with medicines take a second opinion when in doubt. good luck.
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