Posted 06 August 2007 - 09:31 AM
Actually, I get this often. If I'm not feeling well, I can't/won't eat, which just in turn leaves me feeling worse. One of those, "damned if you do, damned if you don't" situations. For me, usually, I just try to eat small bits of plain food that I know for sure aren't triggers for my IBS. White toast, chicken noodle soup broth, or rice. Eating can be hard when you're feeling sick and usually, for me, it's the chewing of food that makes me feel the urge to vomit, and of course the feeling of actual solid food going down. That's why usually, if I'm feeling sick and actually need to choke something down, it will usually be soup of some sort. As for how often I'm nauseous probably about 4 days out of 7, anywhere from one hour to all day. There's no way of telling.Hope this helps.
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