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started chemo 2 w ago - the nausea is real horrible. Any tricks to help with it??

    • crisfisher

      77d

      Sorry to hear about the nausea. Talk to your doc about anti-nausea meds. They made a world of difference for me. Also, try eating cold or room-temperature foods – sometimes helps

    • _creed_

      77d

      Hi! 🌿 I found ginger tea with lemon and peppermint candies helped ease the queasiness. Also, make sure to eat small, frequent meals instead of larger ones.

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Some suggestions to help with nausea include taking small whiffs of rubbing alcohol, sucking on ginger candies, or taking ondansetron daily along with a digestive enzyme, zinc, and an extra strength probiotic. Drinking lots of water can also help. Eating smaller, more frequent meals with light bland foods like bread, crackers, rice, bananas, apples, and potatoes can be beneficial. Avoid fried, greasy, spicy, or sweet foods. Regular sips of cold water or ginger ale can also help, but avoid carbonated drinks. Distraction techniques such as watching a movie, going on the internet, or listening to music can also be useful.

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