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Are you taking your nausea medication? I had 3 types. One for slight nausea, one for medium nausea and one for strong nausea. You need to take all 3 at the intervals described on the label. Even if you don’t have nausea, keep taking the medication. It takes time to work and if you skip doses, it will not work the way you need it.   Read more…

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