I currently take a preventative medication twice a day to help, but when I do mess up with my eating.... I get horrible acid reflux and it excruciatingly painful. I have tried tums and Mylanta, but ...
I was just curious if anyone had any information about alopecia, and if there is a cure for it. I have had it for a while, but this it the worst it has ever been. It is fairly deppressing for me and I...
Lots of seafood. Preferably from a seedy back-alley diner or Long John Silver's.
sounds like tummy flu, i get it every year,
gatorade, sprite or 7up, chicken soup, crackers, water. dont let your stomach get empty because dry heaves hurt like a b****. always keep a bottle of water by the bed, right next to the trash can....get better....
DON'T EAT SEAFOOD. The person who posted that is crazy. that's what you don't eat when your sick.
A light soup is classic but effective. If you're really sick, maybe just try the broth. Also, some ginger ale or something similar to sprite should help settle your stomach and keep you a little hydrated. Make sure you only sip it, otherwise you might throw up again.
other foods that have been helpful are apple sauce, yogart, or any soft food you don't have to chew much of.
If it doesn't sound good to you, don't eat it.
Also, get a heating pad on your stomach.
hope that helps and I hope you feel better
ripe banana, applesauce
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Saltine Crackers and Ginger Ale
Works every time!
let's all point fingers
OMG EAT ICE CHIPS! you neeeeed to get fluid in you!
Eat nothing. Do drink something liquid, like Propel. It has nutrients to keep you from being dehydrated (your worst enemy right now)............it is not as hard on your stomach as plain water would be, also.
First thing is to try and get some water in you. The squirts and vomiting will dehydrate you real quick. Once water stays put, try soup or some other food that is loaded with liquids. Don't mess around with it too long. If you don't start keeping something down soon seek medical attention ASAP!
No wait, read on below Once you have had 1 hour or so of no vomiting or severe diarreah or nausea, consider starting VERY slowly and gradually, incrementally increasing the amounts-no gulping down liquids- do the below:
Initially, adults should eat ice chips and sips of water then clear, noncaffeinated, nondairy liquids such as Gatorade, ginger ale, (no apple jiuce)(possibly no fruit juice-possibly just stick to water then gatorade mixed with 1/2 water)fruit juices, and popsicles,Kool-Aid or other commercial drink mixes. Dehydration in adults: Although adults and adolescents have a larger electrolyte reserve than children, electrolyte imbalance and dehydration may still occur as fluid is lost through vomiting and diarrhea. Severe symptoms and dehydration usually develop as complications of medication use or chronic diseases such as diabetes or kidney failure. But symptoms may occur in healthy people. If diabetic consult doctor earlier rather than later
After 24 hours of fluid diet without vomiting, and minimal diarreah begin a soft-bland solid diet such as the BRAT diet. You will need solid foods eventually to help end the diarrhea. After 24 hours, begin to offer bland foods with the BRAT dietâ€”bananas, rice, applesauce without sugar, toast, pasta, or potatoes.
if you continue to have vomiting, try to only take in fluids like Gatorade and broth. When that stops and you still have diarrhea use the BRAT diet: