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08/29/2011 07:42 AM

nausea..

jaywoodard58
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I had to leave work Sunday cAuse of the horrible nausea. I started vomiting none stop. I need help please!!!!! How do I keep my nausea in control? I can't afford to miss anymore work. I hate the feeling of having to throw up. I need advice, tips. Help please!!!!! Sad
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08/29/2011 01:51 PM
libit
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Jay are your meds making you nauseated? If so you need to let your GI know. You can get anti nausea meds. Or try crackers and gingerale. I've heard peppermint helps but have never tried that. Hope you feel better!

08/29/2011 01:54 PM
jaywoodard58
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No I am not taking meds to that makes me nauseated. I am going to try the other stuff. Thank you.

08/29/2011 03:55 PM
ZoeR
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Sprite helps me.

08/29/2011 04:11 PM
jaywoodard58
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Thank you for the advice. I will try all of this when I get nauseated

08/29/2011 11:40 PM
zaftig
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Hey Jay- UGGGHHH, nausea no fun! Although it's best to eat multiple small meals throughout the day for us Crohnies, if I'm super nauseous, I'll eat one huge(ish) meal just to get the whole "food" thing over and done with. The nausea usually decreases the longer I go without food. Not saying it's the healthy way to deal with it, but hey, at least it stops the puking.

Post edited by: zaftig, at: 08/30/2011 01:35 PM


08/30/2011 02:39 AM
jaywoodard58
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Thanks zaftig. Smile

08/30/2011 06:55 AM
WildFlowerWv
 
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Ginger ale is my best friend. I also had these ginger mints from Trader Joes once that were amazing. You could try a health food store too.

08/30/2011 01:10 PM
starshine
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Anything with Ginger is helpful for me...i have ginger caps in my frig..and ginger tea...

08/30/2011 03:26 PM
JTSimon
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Ginger also helps me. However the carbonation in ginger ale can be irritating. I found putting alot of ice, or putting the ginger ale in the freezer helps dissipate the carbonation and make it less irritating.
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