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Everidis Health Sciences B-Natal Dietary Supplement Lozenges for Morning Sickness, Green Apple, 28-Count
- Vitamin B6 has been prescribed by doctors for morning sickness since the 1940s.
- Vitamin B6 is the best tested vitamin based therapy for morning sickness.
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Top Customer Reviews
I tried eating bland foods, tried saltines and graham crackers, tried getting more sleep, tried drinking more water, tried drinking sugary drinks, tried gum, tried hard candy... and on and on, and nothing worked for me. My doctor suggested ingesting some vitamin B6, but the stores near me didn't carry small enough dosages. When I went online to buy the vitamin, I saw these Therapops and decided to try them instead.
These things are GREAT! They may or may not work for you (each person and each pregnancy is different), but these made my days bearable!
Note that the box says not to exceed 3 pops in a 24 hour period. What I did was suck on one until I was no longer nauseous (5 minutes or so), then put it back in the wrapper until I got sick again. It kept me from eating too many and still kept the nausea at bay.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have tried both the cherry and green apple and they are amazing. It has a bit of a "vitamin" taste at first but after a while you don't notice it. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kathleen H.
I found these helpful and made me feel better, but the relief was short lived and you're not supposed to eat another within 8 hours. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Charli
The B-natal drops tasted great! I bought them to help with my pregnancy nausea, but I don't think they helped very much. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Kesen57
They taste good, but they dont help with nausea afterwords.Published 10 months ago by bethany abrams
Got these as I had very bad morning sickness in my first trimester. Unfortunately, these made me even more nauseous, but keep in mind pregnancy/degrees of morning sickness differs... Read morePublished 10 months ago by MomOf3Boys
I've tried just about any and every remedy out there for treating morning sickness. Nothing helped, even zofran and phenergan failed, when I had some severe bouts of morning (more... Read morePublished 13 months ago by xcuzm3