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Treatment study in Pittsburgh

Postby LadyBug1 » Jan 25, 2013 10:58 pm

UPMC is currently doing a study for women in their 2nd and 3rd trimesters still experiencing NV. It's a granisteron patch. I don't want to post the contact numbers publicly, but I'd be happy to PM or email them to anyone interested. I have not signed up yet, so I don't know the details. I happened to see a poster when I was in the ER getting fluids.
DD 05/2010 - moderate HG 7-20 weeks (phenegran, IV fluids/zofran), mild HG 20-birth, lost 11% bodyweight
DS 05/2013 - mild HG 6 weeks - 35 weeks (zofran, zantac, B6, tums, colace), MS 35-birth (zofran as needed), lost 7% bodyweight

Tubal ligation following the birth of DS.

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Re: Treatment study in Pittsburgh

Postby leahmsilverman » Jan 26, 2013 10:42 am

Thanks for sharing this. I found it online and sent in a request for more information. I live four hours from Pittsburgh, but it would be worth travelling if they have something that would help.
DS 12/22/08, hg from 10wks to birth
DS 09/15/10, hg from 6wks to birth
DS due in 08/2013, hg from 4wks to birth
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Re: Treatment study in Pittsburgh

Postby LadyBug1 » Jun 07, 2013 11:38 am

I don't check in very often anymore, but this study is still going on. Its UPMC ID is PRO11110632 so anyone interested can find it in their database. Good luck.
DD 05/2010 - moderate HG 7-20 weeks (phenegran, IV fluids/zofran), mild HG 20-birth, lost 11% bodyweight
DS 05/2013 - mild HG 6 weeks - 35 weeks (zofran, zantac, B6, tums, colace), MS 35-birth (zofran as needed), lost 7% bodyweight

Tubal ligation following the birth of DS.

My perfect family was worth every minute.
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