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12 days on 1mg of Prozac some side effects but today the nausea started.Does anyone know what to take for nausea while taking Prozac?

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    I take one Promethazine 25mg Tablet, once every 4 hours, until my nausea passes. It makes me very, very sleeping so I wouldn'y use it whilst driving or tightrope walking.

    It can really put you out of it, but I don't think that you need take any special precsutions other than those listed on the bottle or from your physician. I would be certain to make sure that you're around others whem you first take them. Also note that you'll want to be in a 'safe' place when you take these tablets AND note that they may be marketed under a dfferent name depending on your locale.

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    I take cyclizine for nausea prescribed by my doctor. Try peppermint and ginger tea they are really good for nausea and I also find salty foods help my nausea. Just an idea if you are wanting to try something without the meds. Xx
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    Hi, 1mg sounds very low dose? is this a misprint? Any way I've had Prozac myself (fluoxetine) I was on 200mg tablets for a couple of years and eventually had to move to Sertroline because the Prozac wasn't getting me better, actually got worse. I eventually was given Sertroline as I said but then got worse and went into hospital and was was switched to Venloflaxine. All of them gave me a nausea effect along with dryness Of mouth poor appetite and increased anxiety for a while. Best thing is just drink cold water now and again keep hydrated and wait for it to pass, because it will. I am now getting better, God bless Venloflaxine. I'm almost at the lowest dose 32.5mg and my illness is staying away for the first time in over 9 years. Keep on being positive, you will never get as bad as your lowest point and try to keep busy when your illness is pulling you down.

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