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jpsmom
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Hi all,
What is best to use for nausea due to Flagyl????
Thanks [group hug]

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Try some ginger root capsules. Whole spice cloves are also suppose to be helpful.

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You can also try sipping ginger tea. That usually settles my tummy. It will get better over time. Flagyl is rough but you really need to be on it.

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TU , as I have & we have b4 but my hubby has just started taking abx's again, as I believe this is a herx, so the organisms live on-for now. He was diagnosed earlier on but this disease is relentless at best. I agree he needs to be on it & it will get better :-) [bonk]
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