Thanks for your query
Nausea and vomiting are often made worse when the patient is dehydrated, resulting in a vicious cycle. The nausea makes it difficult to drink fluid, making the dehydration
worse, which then increases the nausea. Intravenous fluids may be provided to correct this issue and break the cycle.
There are a variety of anti-nausea medications (antiemetics) that may be prescribed. They can be administered in different ways depending upon the patient's ability to take them. Medications are available by pill, liquid, or tablets that dissolve on or under the tongue, by intravenous or intramuscular injection
, or by rectal suppository.
Common medications used to control nausea and vomiting include:promethazine
Home treatment can help relieve nausea. Drink clear, cold water. Eat only light, bland foods -- start with crackers or plain bread. But for proper nutrition you'll need to find a variety of vegetables and proteins that don't upset your stomach. Stay away from fried or greasy foods. Steer clear of sweets. Eat small meals and eat them slowly. Rest a while after eating.
Home treatment can also help with vomiting. As you are able to do so, drink a little water. If you keep it down, drink more in gradually increasing amounts
Wishing you good health.
Regards, Dr. Sharmila