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paintedpaperchains

942d

What best beats the nausea for you? For me: ginger beer, zofran, ginger chews, sleep, and acupuncture.

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    • bomb

      838d

      sleep, if i’m unconscious i’m not nauseous

    • bomb

      838d

      sleep, if i’m unconscious i’m not nauseous

    • Jaspernoooo

      903d

      Marijuana and deep breathing out of everything I've tried!

    • moondragon

      910d

      Bi tapps, Vistaril, Hot Lemon water +honey, cool cloth (paper towel or wash cloth soaked in cold water) on my face or back of neck. Vitamin B

    • bojanglesbiscuit

      923d

      Zofran. If Zofran doesn’t work, then Xanax and cold water

    • ChronicallyChaotic

      937d

      Preggie pops and delta 8

    • Kendoll

      942d

      Personally i use medical marijuana and CBD :)) newer research looks like its pointing towards it actually making nausea worse in the long run, but ive already been using it so long. Im looking forward to other replies so maybe i can look into using something else

    • ChronicWitch2.0

      942d

      I use to get really bad nausea everyday, especially for the first few hours I’m awake. I use to throw up like one to three times every day. I take unisom and vitamin B6 everyday and it’s so much better now. Unisom and B6 help with nausea with pregnant people, but sometimes it helps others too.

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