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Chemotherapy Side Effects: Nausea and Vomiting

What To Do And No Do If You Just Had A Bout Of Vomiting

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  • After about an hour after vomiting, help settle your stomach and rehydrating by taking small sips of clear liquids such as broth or apple juice. You can also suck on ice chips.
  • Eat mild foods such as crackers or toast.
  • Use relaxation techniques such as:
  • Once you have gone at least 8 hours without vomiting, you can start eating solid foods. It is recommended that you start with one food at a time and that you eat small amounts to get started. For foods that are easier to eat, click here.   For foods to avoid, click here

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