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KayNF

312d

I am so fed up with feeling nauseous all the time with my period. That’s been of and since November. It stops for and few days then starts again for about 2 to 3 weeks.

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    • beater.queen

      312d

      I try to cut out heavy and greasy foods the week before my period and that really seems to help me. I'm still always nauseous in the morning. You can also try rubbing ginger essential oil on your abdomen. That makes it go away completely, but then you'll also smell like ginger. Alternatively, you can add a few drops to hot water and sip it. Peppermint is a good alternative if you don't like the taste of ginger, but I wouldn't rub it on your body bc it's a hot oil so it will feel like an icy hot pack.

    • beater.queen

      312d

      I try to cut out heavy and greasy foods the week before my period and that really seems to help me. I'm still always nauseous in the morning. You can also try rubbing ginger essential oil on your abdomen. That makes it go away completely, but then you'll also smell like ginger. Alternatively, you can add a few drops to hot water and sip it. Peppermint is a good alternative if you don't like the taste of ginger, but I wouldn't rub it on your body bc it's a hot oil so it will feel like an icy hot pack.

    • Nadia190

      312d

      I experience this as well.

    • KayNF

      312d

      Any help will be appreciated

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