Thread: weird reaction out of the blue?
04-03-2012, 11:29 AM #1
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weird reaction out of the blue?
My honey and I are planning on ttc our 3rd here in the next 2 or 3 months and I've been off my met for about 8 months. No particular reason why or anything. In the past I've gotten the bight yellow loose bm's for a couple weeks til its level. Well I'm trying to take it and I just get extremely pukey. What on earth could be causing it? I've never puked on it in the past.Me (33) DH (33)
DD (6) Unplanned, wasnt trying but not preventing, took 3 years
DD (2) Very planned, took 4 years, 3 mc inbetween
3 Angel babies
Progesterone shots and suppositories and shots with DD2
The above highlighted b/c I cant stress how important it is for us cysters to have this checked AS SOON AS BFP OR SOONER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
My tricks: cough syrup, baby aspirin, Instead cup, big O after him, metformin, temping, mastered checking my cervix...
04-03-2012, 06:52 PM #2
Are you on the same kind? I mean XR vs. "regular" --- are you eating food with it? How long has it been since you've been pukey? A few days or more than a week?
I think if it's a strange side effect for you, to call in to your doctor. Vomiting/nausea are a listed side effect, but it goes on to say if it's extreme, persistent, and with other side effects to call your doctor immediately for risk of lactic acidosis (which can be life threatening). If it doesn't feel right, get it checked?
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04-10-2012, 03:33 AM #3
After being off it for 8 months did you start back on it slowly or just jump back into your normal dose? If you went straight back into the highest dose you were on previously, that might be your problem. If you've been off of it for any length of time, you really should start at 500 mg and slowly increase weekly or bi-weekly until your back up to your normal dose. Otherwise, just hopping back into it full boar is likely enough to make you sicker than you've previously experienced.
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04-10-2012, 09:52 AM #4
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I agree with Glitter. Sounds like you may have taken too much, too quickly? If not, it could just be your body's way of adjusting, instead of the yellow bms.