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What is the best treatment for nausea in a cancer patient?

What is the best treatment for nausea in a cancer patient?

Medications: There are many medications that help with nausea and work in different ways. For chemotherapy-associated nausea some of the best medications are the 5ht3 antagonists such as ondansetron. Other types of nausea medications can be used alone or in combination with the 5ht3 drugs for optimal nausea control. ...Read more

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Do threadworms cause bloating, nausea and dizziness? What's the best course of treatment for an adult? And should my dog be treated at the same time?

Do threadworms cause bloating, nausea and dizziness? What's the best course of treatment for an adult? And should my dog be treated at the same time?

Not specifically: The only predictable symptom of this parasite is the anal itching in those who react to the glue like material the eggs are laid in at your anus. It is a parasite specific to humans, you have no need to worry about your dog. ...Read more

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What is the best medicine for preventing nausea/vomiting due to radiation therapy of the pelvis?

What is the best medicine for preventing nausea/vomiting due to radiation therapy of the pelvis?

The one that works : The best medicine will be the one that works for you. There are plenty of antimausea medication- from compazine, reglan, phenergan, (promethazine) ondansetron, steroids etc. Ginger also can help prevent/treat nausea. The most important here is for you to be proactive - take it before you vomit. Once you vomit- it will be hard for you to swallow any medication. Talk to your doc to give you any of the above. ...Read more

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Is there a treatment for nausea from paroxetine?

Is there a treatment for nausea from paroxetine?

Treat or switch: There are various anti-nausea remedies (and sometimes just a bland diet & eating small, frequent amounts will help), but rather than take one pill and then take another to deal with the side effects, you may be better off switching to a different med. There are many other similar meds in this class (ssri) which may give you same benefits without nausea. Talk w/ doc who rx'ed paroxetine for you. ...Read more

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Is fluconazole a dangerous medicine? I have been feeling nausea after i started it. And I have 2 times left of the treatment

Is fluconazole a dangerous medicine? I have been feeling nausea after i started it. And I have 2 times left of the treatment

Possible: Fluconazole can cause your liver to react adversely to it, however, any part of your gastrointestinal tract can do it too. Also, i see you take Lamictal and zoloft (sertraline). Interaction between these may be the culprit likewise. I would suggest you give it another trial and if the same thing happen, call your doc and get an alternative. ...Read more

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How can I eat well during cancer treatment if nausea?

How can I eat well during cancer treatment if nausea?

Graze through day: While patients receiving treatment certainly are helped with anti nausea medications, eating small amounts throughout the day rather than focussing on 3 large meals often is a good strategy. ...Read more

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Is domperidone used in the treatment of nausea associated with cancer treatment?

Is domperidone used in the treatment of nausea associated with cancer treatment?

Use it if it works: Domperidone is one of many drugs that can be used to treat nausea in cancer patients, and in cancer patients getting treatment. Combinations of drugs are used frequently to treat nausea. Domperidone is not yet available in the usa. ...Read more

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Can nausea be a symptom of cancer or does it only happen once you start treatment?

Can nausea be a symptom of cancer or does it only happen once you start treatment?

Nonspecific: Nausea is a very nonspecific symptom. It can be a sign of some cancers but more commonly it can be a sign of problems with stomach related to too much acid, ulcers, and infection. But so many other things can cause it too, anxiety, hormonal issues, and the list goes on. Be reassured that cancer is usually far from things that I first worry about when a patient presents with nausea. ...Read more