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babygirl2967823

405d

I just had surgery today and I'm super nauseous I can't keep anything down. I can't get my medicine because the pharmacy wouldn't take my insurance and they closed before I could get it switched anyone know of anything I can do for the nausea?

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    • May59

      398d

      @Yuka ๐Ÿ‘

    • Karlie2000

      401d

      I've used the Canada Dry Bold Ginger Ale. It has multiple effects of helping with nausea from the ginger, keeping you hydrated, and keeping your blood sugar up. Carbonation also seems to help with dizziness for some reason. There are also ginger mentos that my mother swore by when she had morning sickness.

    • Futa

      402d

      Ditto on the ginger. I like candied ginger in ginger tea. When I was recovering from my surgery; I managed my nausea with CBD+THC. I know it's not the route for everyone, and certainly not if it's illegal in your region. I tell you, though, smoking a little bit of that made my recovery SOOO much more manageable that I didn't even need/take my nausea Rx.

    • Avasha2

      404d

      For some people, smelling rubbing alcohol can help. I suffered chronic nausea for 10 years and nothing worked for me until I was diagnosed with a condition and given medication that somewhat helps. It was awful, but I recently discovered that rubbing alcohol can help. Also, try to hum. Pick a song and hum it. Worth a shot. Best of luck and hopefully have a speedy recovery from surgery!

    • Yuka

      405d

      Gingerale or peppermint/ mint tea

    • Kittypop

      405d

      I know it sucks, but keep drinking water. You're only going to feel worse if you're dehydrated. Best bet for food would be something bland and/or soft: potatoes, rice, soup, fruit jello, pudding, dry toast, plain noodles. Hope you get some relief ๐Ÿ’›

    • trashfirehotness

      405d

      Yikes! Nausea is the worst. I use ginger to curb it. Emetrol works ok too. Hope this helps! And that you get some relief soon!

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