10 May 2012
Nausea is no fun and to help there are a few things ginger ale, or ginger tea, and try to dink plenty of water so you do not get dehydrated, also try crackers, and yogurt to keep the bacteria in your stomach balanced. There is also a med Zofran that could help, I like the dissolve-able ones. Take Care hope you feel better soon!
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