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alexisdio

790d

do you guys have any advice for terrible nausea before any type of plans?

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    • BumbleBees

      773d

      Sea bands! I’ve had some luck with them as well. I don’t care if it’s placebo or not, they seem to do enough for me. I also have zofran and that helps within 30 seconds of me taking it. Definitely a go-to. If you can’t get zofran, try sniffing some rubbing alcohol and eating ginger candies. Chewing gum also helps keep your mind off things !

    • BumbleBees

      773d

      Sea bands! I’ve had some luck with them as well. I don’t care if it’s placebo or not, they seem to do enough for me. I also have zofran and that helps within 30 seconds of me taking it. Definitely a go-to. If you can’t get zofran, try sniffing some rubbing alcohol and eating ginger candies. Chewing gum also helps keep your mind off things !

    • BoomerangValentine

      782d

      I second ginger! I have found that phenergan is helpful. I can’t take zofran because of colonic dysmotility, and phenergan has definitely helped me

    • Jillfp511

      783d

      Definitely dissolvable Zofran. I’ve had some luck with Seabands, even just a little bit.

    • Ez

      790d

      I always have ginger hard candies on me wherever I go! That helps a lot. Plus instant-dissolve Zofran helps tons and acts quickly, if your doctor will prescribe it! Instant dissolving is best so you don't throw it up in my experience.

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