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Preventing Nausea From Antibiotics
Try taking with food: An acid reducing medication such as Omeprazole might help, otherwise take on a full stomach. It may decrease the effectiveness of the antibiotic but if that is the only antibiotic you can take (ask your physician to be sure) it is a better approach than stopping entirely. ...Read more
Post-tonsillectomy: Probably impossible to totally prevent or cure nausea after a tonsillectomy. However, cool clear fluids will keep the swelling down and reduce the mucous. Talk to your doctor about getting zofran (ondansetron) odt. Anti nausea pills you can put on your tounge. Usually very helpfull and safe. ...Read more
I always get really nauseous when taking percocet, Anyway I could stop that? To alleviate the nausea And prevent it from happening?
Medication: There are many medications to prevent and treat "breakthrough nausea" following chemotheray. However, sometimes it is not possible to completely prevent it. If your current medications are not working well enough, you should discuss this with your Oncology nurse and your oncologist. ...Read more
No sure fire method: Nothing works that well. However, taking the pill with food may help. ...Read more
Breathing techniques: Breathing techniques have been used for stress-induced nausea and vomiting as well as cancer patients who have nausea and vomiting as a result of chemotherapy. The technique involves slow diaphragmatic breathing. But you also need to consult your physician for evaluation and diagnosis to find out why you are having these symptoms. ...Read more
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