- 1.1. A new, effective, simple, and inexpensive treatment for nausea and/or vomiting of pregnancy is described.
- 2.2. A study of seventy consecutive cases of nausea and vomiting in early pregnancy treated with menadione bisulfite and ascorbic acid is presented.
- 3.3. In all cases the prothrombin levels and bleeding time were normal both before and after medication.
- 4.4. It is suggested that this therapy may be of value in the reduction of gastrointestinal symptoms following the ingestion of iron salts used in the treatment of anemia of pregnancy.
- 5.5. Menadione bisulfite or ascorbic acid alone failed to give satisfactory relief from nausea and/or vomiting of pregnancy.
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