Be careful with pepto. If you have any type of heart problem or take medications which can't be with magnesium supplements, try the tums. If you have an ulcer or any rectal bleeding do not take it at all as it blackens the stool,and you may not see inner bleeding. Don't take daily. Since nausea can really be a sign of other problems, talk with your doctor. And see if something else is needed. There are very good anti nausea meds out there.,they do,help with this condition.
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