How To Avoid Throwing Up After Medication
Recap: 1. If you vomit within 15 minutes of taking your medication, take the medication again.no matter what! 2. If it has been 60 minutes or more since your dose, do not take another dose.it has probably gone past your stomach already. 3. If it has been between 15 to 60 minutes, this is where it gets a little tricky.
Applying pressure to pressure point Neiguan (P-6), a spot on the palm side of the forearm near your wrist, may help relieve nausea and vomiting. To massage this pressure point: Place three fingers... Anti-nausea medications, like ondansetron and granisetron, are available in orally dissolvable tablets (ODT), meaning the pills melt in your mouth, which can be easier to take while avoiding swallowing when nauseated. Many of these medications can be given by injection in urgent care settings.