:-( Thank godness it was not as bad as anyone feared. SHe went to work, no doctor told her not to, and she is trying to go on. She still cannot hold anything down at all, in spite of the zofran they gave her. Today at work she started haveing chest pains. Off to ER again, in case dehydration caused arythmias. They did ekg - heart is fine. gave her a medication for reflux, in addition to the zofran. but they also said she cannot work for now. I feel bad for her, I never had morning sickness at all in any of my pregnancies, much less anything even remotely this severe. Maybe you can send good thoughts this way for her and her very very scared boyfriend. she is supposed to have an ultrasound Thursday, they think it is very very early, like 8 weeks or so, but she is SO sick and her hormone levels are SO high.....and the idea of alternatives if she cannot do the drinking required for ultrasound are not makeing her any too happy, either (or if she cannot hold the liquid in) Sadly for her, she did start with a better IV tech today at ER who got the IV in for today MUCH easier than the one Wed......BUT then something startled the tech, (I think the doctor walked in behind tech and bumped her) and the IV came popping out, makeing a tear in PCs arm....(Wed they could not get the IV started so the other arm is also very very bruised and has a big hole) - and requireing a 2nd attempt.