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Nausea

What are nausea and vomiting?Nausea is when you feel sick to your stomach, as if you are going to throw up. Vomiting is when you throw up.What causes nausea and vomiting?Nausea and vomiting can be symptoms of many different conditions, includingMorning sickness during pregnancyGastroenteritis (infection of your intestines) and other infectionsMigrainesMotion sicknessFood poisoningMedicines, including those for cancer chemotherapyGERD (reflux) and ulcersIntestinal obstructionWhen should I see a health care provider for nausea and vomiting?Nausea and vomiting are common. They are usually not serious. However, you should contact your health care provider immediately if you haveA reason to think that your vomiting is from poisoningVomited for longer than 24 hoursBlood in the vomitSevere abdominal painSevere headache and stiff neckSigns of dehydration, such as dry mouth, infrequent urination or dark urineHow is the cause of nausea and vomiting diagnosed?Your health care provider will take your medical history, ask about your symptoms and do a physical exam. The provider will look for signs of dehydration. You may have some tests, including blood and urine tests. Women may also have a pregnancy test.What are the treatments for nausea and vomiting?Treatments for nausea and vomiting depend on the cause. You may get treatment for the underlying problem. There are some medicines that can treatment nausea and vomiting. For severe cases of vomiting, you may need extra fluids through an IV (intravenous).There are things that you can do to feel better:Get enough fluids, to avoid dehydration. If you are having trouble keeping liquids down, drink small amounts of clear liquids often.Eat bland foods; stay away from spicy, fatty, or salty foodsEat smaller meals more oftenAvoid strong smells, since they can sometimes trigger nausea and vomitingIf you are pregnant and have morning sickness, eat crackers before you get out of bed in the morning

Nausea FDA Approved Drugs

AKYNZEO [NetupitantC30H32F6N4O : Palonosetron HydrochlorideC19H24N2OClH]
RX
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300mg : eq 0.5mg base (oral capsule)
Helsinn HlthcareOct 10, 2014
  • Prevention of chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting.
efficacy
4.0  (1)
side effects
2.0  (1)
danger
0.0  (0)

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ALOXI [Palonosetron HydrochlorideC19H24N2OClH]
RX
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eq 0.075mg base/1.5ml (eq 0.05mg base/ml) (intravenous injectable)
eq 0.25mg base/5ml (eq 0.05mg base/ml) (intravenous injectable)
Helsinn HlthcareFeb 29, 2008
  • Prevention of chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting.
efficacy
4.0  (1)
side effects
0.0  (0)
danger
0.0  (0)

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BONJESTA [Doxylamine SuccinateC17H22N2OC4H6O4 : Pyridoxine HydrochlorideC8H11NO3ClH]
RX
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20mg : 20mg (oral tablet, extended release)
DuchesnayNov 7, 2016
  • Treatment of nausea and vomiting of pregnancy in women who do not respond to conservative management.
efficacy
4.0  (1)
side effects
1.0  (1)
danger
0.0  (0)

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DICLEGIS [Doxylamine SuccinateC17H22N2OC4H6O4 : Pyridoxine HydrochlorideC8H11NO3ClH]
RX
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10mg : 10mg (oral tablet, delayed release)
DuchesnayApr 8, 2013
  • Treatment of nausea and vomiting of pregnancy in women who do not respond to conservative management.
efficacy
3.0  (1)
side effects
0.0  (0)
danger
0.0  (0)

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EMEND [Fosaprepitant DimeglumineC23H22F7N4O6P2C7H17NO5]
RX
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eq 150mg base/vial (intravenous powder)
Merck And Co IncNov 12, 2010
efficacy
4.0  (1)
side effects
0.0  (0)
danger
0.0  (0)

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EMEND [AprepitantC23H21F7N4O3]
RX
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125mg (oral capsule)
125mg/kit (oral for suspension)
40mg (oral capsule)
80mg (oral capsule)
MerckMar 26, 2003
Msd Merck CoDec 17, 2015
  • For the prevention of nausea and vomiting associated with chemotherapy.
  • Prevention of post-operative nausea and vomiting.
  • Prevention of postoperative nausea and vomiting.
  • Treatment or prevention of emesis.
efficacy
2.0  (1)
side effects
4.0  (1)
danger
0.0  (0)

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EXCEDRIN (MIGRAINE) [AcetaminophenC8H9NO2 : AspirinC9H8O4 : CaffeineC8H10N4O2]
OTC
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250mg : 250mg : 65mg (oral tablet)
Glaxosmithkline ConsJan 14, 1998
  • Treating migraine pain and one or more of a cluster of symptoms characteristic of a migraine attack symptoms being selected from photophobia, phonophobia nausea and functional disability.
efficacy
4.5  (2)
side effects
1.0  (1)
danger
1.0  (1)

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PROZAC WEEKLY [Fluoxetine HydrochlorideC17H18F3NOClH]
RX
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eq 90mg base (oral capsule, delayed rel pellets)
LillyFeb 26, 2001
  • Method of treating people suffering from depression without an increase in nausea.
  • Method of treating people suffering from depression.
efficacy
0.0  (0)
side effects
0.0  (0)
danger
0.0  (0)

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SANCUSO [GranisetronC18H24N4O]
RX
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3.1mg/24hr (transdermal film, extended release)
Kyowa KirinSep 12, 2008
  • Use of granisetron transdermal system to treat/prevent chemotherapy induced nausea and vomiting.
efficacy
0.0  (0)
side effects
0.0  (0)
danger
0.0  (0)

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SUSTOL [GranisetronC18H24N4O]
RX
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10mg/0.4ml (10mg/0.4ml) (subcutaneous injection, extended release)
Heron Theraps IncAug 9, 2016
  • Treatment or prevention of nausea and vomiting.
efficacy
0.0  (0)
side effects
0.0  (0)
danger
0.0  (0)

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VARUBI [Rolapitant HydrochlorideC25H26F6N2O2ClHH2O]
RX
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eq 90mg base (oral tablet)
Tesaro IncSep 1, 2015
  • Prevention of delayed nausea and vomiting associated with emetogenic cancer chemotherapy.
efficacy
0.0  (0)
side effects
0.0  (0)
danger
0.0  (0)

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Home Remedies for Nausea

NAUSEA
   Infuse fresh ginger with hot water, strain and freeze the liquid in ice cube trays. Break cubes into chips and suck on as needed.
efficacy
4.0  (3)
side effects
1.0  (3)
danger
1.0  (1)

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WARNING: All medicines, drugs, plants, chemicals or medicial precedures below are for historical reference only. Many of these treatments are now known to be harmful and possibly fatal. Do not consume any plant, chemical, drug or otherwise without first consulting a licensed physician that practices medine in the appropriate field.

Felter's Materia Medica on Nausea

ALLIUM CEPA
   The fresh bulb of Allium Cepa, Linné (Nat. Ord. Liliaceae). Common in cultivation everywhere. Common Name: Onion. Principal Constituent.—A... / ...rsons. If given in moderate quantities it is very soothing; if too freely administered it may cause nausea and disorder digestion. It, together with the onion poultice, are among the good things inher... / ...pus, and mucus. The dose is from 5 to 10 drops in water. It is sometimes given with an equal quantity of tincture of Xanthium Strumarium. 1

AMYGDALUS PERSICA
   The leaves and bark of the twigs of Amygdalus Persica, Linné (Nat. Ord. Rosaceae). Native to Persia. Cultivated everywhere. Common Name: Peach... / ...h irritation and congestion, and pointed tongue with reddened tip and edges and prominent papillae, nausea, and vomiting. Therapy.—Used according to indications as given above, the infusion is a reli... / ...It is of less value for cough than wild cherry or hydrocyanic acid. For the latter the infusion or the specific medicine may be used. 1

ANISUM (Pimpinella anisum)PIAN3
   The dried ripe fruit of Pimpinella Anisum, Linné (Nat. Ord. Umbelliferae). Egypt and Western Asia; cultivated in Southern Europe. Dose, 5 to 40... / ... and Therapy.—Anise is an agreeable stimulating carminative employed principally for the relief of nausea, flatulency, and the flatulent colic of infants. Anise imparts its odor to the milk of nursin... / ...hot water is more agreeable and effective for older children and adults. The oil (1 to 5 drops) on sugar may be used by the latter, if desired. 1

APOCYNUM CANNABINUM
   The root of Apocynum cannabinum, Linné (Nat. Ord. Apocynaceae) gathered in autumn after the leaves and fruit have matured. Grows throughout the... / ...cularly the work of Horatio C. Wood, Jr. The general effects upon man of full doses of apocynum are nausea, and sometimes vomiting and purging, succeeded by copious sweating. The pulse is then depress... / ...may be looked for. Under these circumstances we have removed enormous dropsical swellings with it, giving quick relief from dyspnea and1

ARNICA MONTANA
   The dried flower-heads of Arnica montana, Linné (Nat. Ord. Compositae). A perennial of Siberia and the cooler parts of Europe; also found in... / ... reversely and paralyze the vagal centers. Intermediate but large doses produce heat in the throat, nausea and vomiting, dyspnea, headache, lowering of temperature, and sometimes convulsive movements....1

ASPIDIUM
   The rhizome of Dryopteris Filix-mas and of Dryopteris marginalis, Asa Gray (Nat. Ord. Filices). World-wide ferns of the Northern Hemispheres.... / ...nce a day. Do not give with oils. Action and Toxicology.—When freely absorbed the oleoresin causes nausea, vomiting, purging, severe abdominal pain, headache, dizziness, muscular prostration, tremors...1

CAMPHORA
   A stearopten (having the nature of a ketone) derived from Cinnamomum Camphora. (Linné), Nees et Ebermeier (Nat. Ord. Lauraceae). China and... / ...ren, being frequently most effective as a nerve sedative, antispasmodic, and carminative in nervous nausea and vomiting, flatulence, hiccough, and tendency to spasms or fainting. It is especially serv...1

CARBO LIGNI
   Charcoal prepared by burning soft wood. It must be kept in tightly-closed vessels. Common Names: Charcoal, Wood Charcoal; Synonym: Carbo... / ...cated by offensive breath and disagreeable belching. In acidity of the stomach, gastric distention, nausea and vomiting, sick headache with gaseous belching, fetid diarrhcea, and sometimes in the acid... / ...the belly-wall tumid and doughy, the tongue expressionless and pale with little coating and lenticular spots, or the coating may lift in patches.1

CARYOPHYLLUS
   The unexpanded flowers (dried flower-buds) of Eugenia aromatica (Linné), O Kuntze. (Jambosa Caryophyllus (Sprengel) Niedenzu). (Nat. Ord.... / ...ay be used to kill pediculi. Internal. Oil of clove is carminative and stomachic. It often relieves nausea and vomiting, gastric pain, and flatulent distention of stomach or bowels. When cardiac palpi...1

CHIONANTHUS
   The bark of the root of Chionanthus virginicus, Linné. (Nat. Ord. Oleaceae.) United States from Pennsylvania southward. Dose, 5 to 30... / ...h hepatic tenderness and expressionless eyes; intense cutting pain from liver to navel, attended by nausea, vomiting, and great prostration; icteric coloration without pain; the urine stains the cloth... / ...never reach the true diabetic state. There is good reason to believe that the prolonged use of chionanthus will be of much benefit in such cases.1

COCCULUS
   The seeds of Anamirta panniculata, Colebrooke (Nat. Ord. Menispermaceae.) East India. Common Names: Fishberries, Indian Berries. Synonym: Cocculus... / ...uantity. Internal. Homeopaths use an attenuation of the tincture of cocculus as a remedy to prevent nausea and sickness incident to travel by rail or upon water (meralgia or sea sickness). Cocculus is...1

COLCHICUMCOLCH
   The dried (I) root and (II) seed of Colchicum autumnale, Linné (Nat. Ord. Liliaceae.) England and other parts of Europe. Dose, Corm, 1 to 5... / ... of the skin, kidneys, liver, and bowels. Large doses are dangerous, producing gastric discomfort, nausea and vomiting and purging, and violent peristalsis with much intestinal gurgling. Poisonous do...1

COLOCYNTHIS
   The dried, peeled pulp of the fruit of Citrullus Colocynthis (Linné,) Schrader. (Nat. Ord. Cucurbitaceae.) Mediterranean basin of Europe, Asia,... / ... disturbances of breathing, or cardiac palpitation, with loud belching and expulsion of flatus, and nausea and vomiting are present, colocynth should be given with prospects of prompt relief. Rx. Spec... / ...of the fifth nerve, when the characteristic cutting pain prevails. It should be given also when colicky pain precedes or accompanies amenorrhoea.1

CONIUM
   The full grown fruit, gathered green, of Conium maculatum, Linné (Nat. Ord. Umbelliferae). Europe and Asia; naturalized in the United... / ...cle or nerves appreciably affected. Full doses of conium produce dryness of the throat and thirst, nausea, dizziness, sinking at the stomach, numbness, muscular relaxation, and depression of the circ... / ...be applied and be given to relieve pain even when a cure is not possible. It relieves the pain of swollen mammae during the menstrual periods a1

COPAIBACOOF2
   An oleoresin derived from species of Copaiba growing in South America. Dose, 5 to 30 drops. Description.—A viscid, pale-yellow or brownish-yellow... / ...e mucous discharges. When swallowed it causes gastric warmth, unpleasant eructations, and sometimes nausea and vomiting. Continued use impairs the digestive processes. It is readily absorbed, impartin...1


WARNING: All medicines, drugs, plants, chemicals or medicial precedures below are for historical reference only. Many of these treatments are now known to be harmful and possibly fatal. Do not consume any plant, chemical, drug or otherwise without first consulting a licensed physician that practices medine in the appropriate field.

Physician's Materia Medica on Nausea

AMERICAN HELLEBORE
   The rhizome and root of VERATRUM VIRIDE, Solander. Cardiac - depressant. having remarkable power to reduce the pulse in fever. Its most- important use is in controlling blood pressure in aortic an eurism, in cerebral hyperemia and in certain heart affections. Apt to cause nausea unless combined with an opiate. Produces best ef fects when doses are frequently repeated. Dose 0.06 to 0.2 Grm. (1 to 3 grs-).2

ANISEMYOD
   The fruit of PIMPINELLA Amsmvr, Lin. Stimulant, aromatic, anodyne, carminative, reputed galactagogue. Especially useful in infantile colic and as a remedy for nausea.2

ANTIMONY
   Compounds of Antimony are irritant poisons producing specifi cally depression of the nervous and circulatory systems, nausea and diaphoresis. They are now used chiefly as diaphoretiw, expectorants and alteratives. a. Antimony and Potassium Tartrate (Tartar Emetic). Dose, as an alterative, 0.001 to 0.004 Grm. (1-50 to 1-15 gr.); as an expectorant, 0.005 to 0.010 Grm. (1-12 to 1-6 gr.); as a nauseant diaphore tic, 0.01 to 0.03 Grm. (1-6 to 1-2 gr.); as an emetic, 0.06 Grm. (1 gr.) re peated if ne2

AROMATIC POWDER
   A mixture of stimulant aromatics useful as a carminative for re lief of nausea or simply as a flavoring agent. Made up of Ceylon Cin namon, 35 parts; Ginger, 35 parts; Cardamom 15 parts; Nutmeg, 15 parts. Dose, 0.6 to 2 Grm. (10 to 30 grs.).2

BONESET (Eupatorium)TAMAU2
   The leaves and flowering tops of EUPATORIU M PERFOLIATUM, Lin. Tonic, diaphoretic, febrifuge. in large doses laxative and nauseant or emetic. The remedy deserves more attention than it has received, its range of use being essentially the same as that of Matricaria.2

COCAINE
   Alkaloid derived from COCA LEAVES. A powerful local anesthet ic. Prescribed for relief of nausea and gastralgia, and for its local action in affections of the throat, in hay fever and in hemorrhoids. Dose, 0.008 to 0.03 Grm. (% to % gr.) or more. The Hydrochloride is the salt commonly used.2

COLCHICUMCOLCH
   The corm, also the seed of COLCHICUM AUTUMNALE. Lin. Pur gative, diuretic, diaphoretic, nauseant. Prescribed especially in gout, in which disease it is our most important remedial agent. Dose of the seed or root in substance, 0.13 to 0.5 Grm. (2 to 8 grs.).2

CRE0SOTE
   Antiseptic, germicide, analgesic. Used to relieve nausea, in treatment of tuberculosis and locally as a remedy for toothache. Dose, 0.03 to 0.30 c. c. (1/2 to 5 M), or more.2

HENBANE (Hyoscyamus)HYOSC
   The leaves of HYOSCYAMUS NIGER, Lin. Anodyne, antispasmodic, hypnotic. Often prescribed in acute mania, hypochondriasis, de lirium tremens, dementia accompanied with excitement; in cough mixtures; associated with cathartics to prevent griping; as a sedative for children. taking the place of opium; for nausea of pregnancy, etc. Contains Hyoscine, q. v., as its most important active constituent (associated with Hyoscyamine and Atropine). Dose, 0.3 to 1.0 Grm. (5 to 15 grs.).2

PEACHPRPE3
   The leaves of AMYGDALUS PERSICA, Lin. Sedative, aperient, diuretic. Used to allay vesical irritation, in whooping cough and for relief of nausea.2


WARNING: All medicines, drugs, plants, chemicals or medicial precedures below are for historical reference only. Many of these treatments are now known to be harmful and possibly fatal. Do not consume any plant, chemical, drug or otherwise without first consulting a licensed physician that practices medine in the appropriate field.

Physician's Therapeutics Memoranda on Nausea

NAUSEA
   Soda mint, seltzer water or water containing a little sodium bicarbonate and common salt will often relieve.2


References

1) Felter, Harvey Wickes, 1922, The Eclectic Materia Medica, Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Cincinnati, Ohio.
2) Nelson, Baker & Co., 1904, Physician's Handy Book of Materia Medica and Therapeustics, Detroit, Michigan.