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What are the minimum tests needed to diagnose carsickness?

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Dr. Sarah Kohl
Travel Medicine
3 doctors agree

In brief: Accurate history

A careful interview (history) will help your provider determine whether you have carsickness (motion sickness).
It is more common in people with migraines. Symptoms can have varying degrees of intensity. Typically nausea and feeling poorly occur when the car is in motion. The more winding the road, the more intense the symptoms. Looking out towards something on the distant horizon seems to help.

In brief: Accurate history

A careful interview (history) will help your provider determine whether you have carsickness (motion sickness).
It is more common in people with migraines. Symptoms can have varying degrees of intensity. Typically nausea and feeling poorly occur when the car is in motion. The more winding the road, the more intense the symptoms. Looking out towards something on the distant horizon seems to help.
Dr. Sarah Kohl
Dr. Sarah Kohl
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Dr. Mary Efremov
Internal Medicine
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Rding in a car

No special tests, it is a very individual thing motion sickness affects different folks differently, dramamine (dimenhydrinate) can help.

In brief: Rding in a car

No special tests, it is a very individual thing motion sickness affects different folks differently, dramamine (dimenhydrinate) can help.
Dr. Mary Efremov
Dr. Mary Efremov
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