I was on B6 and Unisom from my incompetent OB from the very beginning. They actually gave me a little magnet about the size of a business card that had a list of medications that are safe to use while pg and nursing, and B6 and Unisom is listed there! And this is the OB's office that told me 30 lbs is not unusual to lose in the middle of the 1st tri! This is the same OB my husband wanted to punch at the last appointment because she was so dismissive of the fact that I was in and out of the hospital. I left after that appointment and never went back to them. I was 4-5 months pg at the time, so it is never too late, particularly to a dr in the same group or whatever.
As far as the phone calls go, I can understand why a dr might not personally call back a patient, but after such a specific message, I would make an appointment to call the dr or something similar. Sometimes the nurse practitioner is NOT the most helpful person (and half the time, I believe, the drs hire them to be gatekeepers, if you will!).
HG 8 weeks to c-section delivery due to breech presentation--D&C at 4 months PP for retained placenta
Caleb's diagnoses = reflux, speech apraxia, dermagraphism, food allergies, high functioning autism, sensory integration disorder , ITP (remission)