antiemetic

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Report side effects to your doctor--a simple anti-nausea medication or sleep aid could ensure you are able to continue with your chemotherapy.
Plasters, fluid replacement sachets, paracetamol, antihistamines, antacids, anti-diarrhoeals, antiseptic and anti-inflammatory creams and anti-nausea tablets.
With treatment from anti-nausea medication usually given to chemotherapy patients, Sherrie has managed to keep attacks at bay for the past four months.
However, she notes that there is little scientific evidence to back up ginger's anti-nausea benefits.
com)-- For patients undergoing surgery or chemotherapy, a common treatment for the associated nausea and vomiting is Zofran (ondansetron), an anti-nausea medication manufactured by GlaxoSmithKline and approved by the U.
Working mainly in the digestive tract, ginger helps to boost digestive fluids and neutralize acids, making it an effective alternative to anti-nausea medication, without the possible unpleasant side effects.
Veterinarians may also administer anti-nausea medications and IV fluids if signs are severe; specific treatments may vary according to the particular plant as described here:
While pregnant or nursing, coffee or energy drinks may be no-nos, so enjoy an all-natural lift with Boost-It-Up, the energy and anti-nausea drink that's rich in protein, B-vitamins, ginger, fiber, and electrolytes.
a caffeine-free energy and anti-nausea drink rich in protein, B-vitamins, ginger, electrolytes and fiber; and Make.
Summary: Despite a recent call by medical journal Prescrire to remove the anti-nausea drug domperidone from European markets, it will be available in Lebanon at least for now.
It was stablished more than three decades ago by a physician who encountered a patient who required an anti-nausea medication no longer being produced.
The staff person shows up at the door and hooks you up to a fluid IV with optional anti-nausea, anti-heartburn and anti-inflammatory medication.
The standard of supportive care for "parvo puppies" is hospitalization with 24-hour veterinary care that includes intravenously administered fluids, antibiotics, anti-nausea medication, and electrolytes.
Stay hydrated - try rehydration sachets, antidiarrhoea or anti-nausea tablets.
If the symptoms are particularly severe though, a GP may prescribe anti-nausea medication but only take it on medical advice.