you can take anti nausea meds,move change positions slowly as alot of dizziness due to vertigo.Drinks lots of fluids,but do none of these unless you check with your dr first. And do get as much rest as you can you will feel better.But I will advise you to do nothing until you ask your dr first,as I am not a DR.
What dose of Revlimid are you taking? You can ask your Oncologist if you can try a lower dose. I was on Rev. for almost 2 years. I was put on Rev., 5mg for 21 days then a 7 day rest. I got pretty sick on that dose. My dose was changed to 5mg every other day for 21 days then a 7 day rest. This worked out fine. No more nausea and less fatigue. It has kept me in remission for almost 2 years.
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