Nausea does not always require treatment, but sometimes treatment is helpful. There are several things you can do on your own to help, including:
Some over-the-counter medications can help to relieve nausea, including:
If you continue to feel nauseated, several prescription medications are available to help relieve nausea. Most anti-nausea medicines have drowsiness as a side effect. Women who are pregnant, or who think they might be pregnant, should be evaluated by a physician before taking any drug, including over-the-counter medicines.
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