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New Meds & Medical Records Reviews

Postby Kimber » May 27, 2007 9:20 pm

There is a new class of drugs that I have included on the medication page. This medication targets a different part of the vomiting center in the brain. It may be of great help to those that do not respond to other meds.

IF YOU TRY THESE MEDS, PLEASE EMAIL ME WITH YOUR EXPERIENCE. Also, please consider sending us a copy of your full pregnancy and birth medical records - for research purposes only. They will NOT be shared with anyone outside our research team and any publications will NOT include the name or other specific identifying info on the mother.

We need to begin reviewing these records closely to determine the safety and effectiveness of these meds. Your help is vital to our success.

ALSO, IF YOU KNOW OF A MOTHER WHOSE LIFE WAS LOST TO HG, PLEASE CONTACT ME AND CONSIDER ALLOWING OUR RESEARCH TEAM TO CONFIDENTIALLY REVIEW HER RECORDS FOR RESEARCH PURPOSES. Just contact me for more info.

Thanks!
Kimber

PS. We hope to begin collecting medical records from many women in the near future. If you are willing to allow our research team to confidentially review your records, please obtain a copy and keep it or send it to me for storage until we begin the review. We are bound by strict confidentiality standards.
Kimber
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Re: New Meds & Medical Records Reviews

Postby cindypetersondana » May 10, 2014 9:11 am

Hi,

I had HG for all three of my pregnancies. I was prescribed and took Phenergan for 5 months with my first pregnancy. My son, who is now 19 has high functioning autism. For the other two pregnancies I used rest (time off work) and an IV to stay hydrated without meds. My younger two children do not have any developmental issues. I have done a lot of research on this and feel that the Phenergan caused my son's autism. (I also believe that the dramatic increase in med use by all pregnant women is behind the dramatic increase in developmental disabilities in children. SSRIs use in the third trimester for example increase the risk of autism fourfold.) I would be glad to help with any research that you are doing.

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