Stomach flu ginger ale

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Anyone else had any stomach flu problems? Try anything u were able to keep down.
Can't keep nothing done. No food, ginger ale. My hubby came home and now he has it. Ughhhh I hope this passes like...tonight. I just ate some applesauce and a few saltines and sipping Gatorade. Being 9 months pregnant and stomach flu is not fun at all.
If you can't keep water down, try hard candies, ice or 8ce popd, ginger ale (flat) or ginger tea...anything to get fluids into your system. Good luck sweetie, bring sick and pregnant is awful. I had a nasty stomach virus a few weeks ago...kept drinking water and ginger ale, even with the throwing up, if some of it is absorbed it's better then nothing.
I couldn't keep anything down, including water. I was instructed to drink diluted juice/ginger ale/gator aid/pedialyte every 5 minutes until I could keep it down for 4 hours and then I was to start on bland foods. It was very good advice. I lost 4 pounds in a week. I was just so sick. The only bright side was that we were at my 96 year old grandmother's house when my son started vomiting and fortunately, she did not get it. Being sick while pregnant is really no fun.
Fluids. You need calories so ginger ale or 7 up. Water is course. Once you keep that down toast or hard boiled eggs.
I'm 12 weeks, even with all the vomiting I continued to drink water and ginger ale and even though most of it didn't stay down my dr said I held off dehydration because your body's going to get some of it before it comes back's a horrible horrible virus...I hope you feel better soon.
I get hungry, but I feel like i'm gonna throw up at the same time. I try to drink Ginger Ale, but that doesn't work. Everytime I eat, I just feel like i'm gonna vomit and my mouth and throat start to feel really strange. I have acid reflux, which could possibly contribute to these issues, but i've never had to deal with this before. I'm doing everything I can (the pillow thing, not eating food 3-4 hrs. before sleeping, etc.) but it isn't helping.
I have NEVER had any stomach problems in my life..not even the flu. Does anyone know of a few diagnoses I can zero-in on so I can narrow down the tests I should take. Since I have no insurance, medical care givers are reluctant to give me a battery of tests. I hope someone has some ideas for me.
I was up all night puking and finally stopped for a couple hrs. I still feel horrible and have been sipping ginger ale and eating saltines. What helps besides zofran?
You might have pulled a muscle or you might just have gas...Ginger Ale? I don't know what you can do about a pulled muscle. Try taking a bath with Epson salt, two cups of it. It really helps for muscle issues and its good while pregnant to do epson salt baths. It costs a total of $1.50 at the drug store.
Ginger to settle your stomach. Can be the candies or even ginger ale. I also drink sweet dreams tea. It has chamomile which relaxes you to help you sleep.
eat some yogurt to get the good bacteria back in your stomach,this will help get your stomach back to a healthy state ,drink some ginger ale or sprite,it neutralizes the stomach acids and will help you burp stuff out.And last stay well hydrated.
I felt nauseous but didn't vomit and had no appetite. Ginger Ale seemed to help. Sunday morning I continued with cramps and nausea, but no major changes, I had a normal bowel movement - the cramps weren't quite as painful, still no appetite. I started having diarrhea on Sunday evening and took some Immodium AD. Monday morning I began passing mucus instead of stool. I also began having super foul-smelling gas.
The only time I would ever be sick to my stomach or have an upset stomach would be if I had the stomach flu.
I have had the same problem for about a month now, when I was younger (about ten or eleven) I had the 'eggy burps' usually after I had been particularly sick with one of the strains of flu (particularly stomach flu) just recently it got worse, it was non-stop hell for a day and a half, and now that I have just recently started eating properly again, I've noticed that there is always one connection to this problem (for me anyway, it could be different for everyone) if I eat any type of cheese, I
Have you tried mint tea or ginger cookies? Also ginger ale soda might work better than sprite. Ginger anything usually works great for nuasea.
Just started back on Pepcid and am taking antacids also, ginger ale seems to help. They drive me crazy and I do get anxious and then I have to talk to myself to calm down. I worry every day about this. Cardiologist agrees that a lot of stomach problems can affect the heart. I also read a passage in Dr. Claire Weekes book "Peace from Nervous Suffering" on this subject and she explains that the skipped heartbeats and thumping could be caused by wind around the heart.
I try to squeeze it out and only a hard stool comes out. 5. The sweating stops and the stomach cramp subsides. I think everything is over and I clean up. I walk out of the toilet and in about 2 minutes time the stomach cramp and the fainting sensation comes back (I've fainted only once to date from this and was out for about 15-20 minutes). 6. When I get back to the toilet I have a really violent Diarrhoea episode in pure liquid state.
So, my nephew and my moms helper had the stomach flu, then my daughter and mom got the stomach flu and now I have the stomach flu. Not exactly what I wanted to deal with right now. I'm 36 weeks 1 day, is there anything I can do? All I want to do is sleep, but since it's only me and my daughter in the house for a few days I can't sleep until she does. I also don't feel like eating anything, but I know I need to. But what?
omg she never touch no one and then she go out to store and buy me miso, the good kind in a big box it is so good, and some awful butternut squash soup, chicken soup, water crackers, this honey oat cereal, and three kinds of pop, one is diet 7 up, one is reggaler 7 up, and a liter bottle of ginger ale. forgiven.
I'm the same way, not considering any medicines and I'm even delaying the dreaded flu shot. Yes, ginger ale/jamaican ginger beer, fresh ginger in hot water, ginger biscuits, lemon juice in warm water are great. You can also make popcorn at home (not the microwave ones!Yuck!) to get you munching on something dry to hopefully get your appetite going. Dry crackers, peanuts (pistachio, almonds...whatever you enjoy).
Try eating foods cold.* -Avoid greasy, spicy, acidic, or sweet foods.* -Try eating ginger in ginger tea, ginger ale, or gingersnaps. (Lots of ginger goodies around this time of year!) -Eat some crackers or dry white toast If you just have a "bad taste" in your mouth: -Use sugar-free lemon drops or real lemon wedges* -Eat a small amount of yogurt 30 minutes before meals or eat dark chocolate (diabetics should monitor glucose) -Sip lemonade or cranberry juice* -Use plastic utensils.
Oh sorry I thought u were referring to having GERD too... Sure Ginger tea is good for mom always gave me flat ginger ale as a child when I had an upset stomach..... Not sure how I got confused on ur
She asked me a bunch of questions and when I told her how dehydrated I was and that I was having stomach pains, she said to go to the ER immediately. After lots of waiting and uncomfortable sitting, I was seen. He felt my stomach and listened to it ( dont know what he heard...) then gave me an IV to hydrate me. 2 stabs in the back of each hand, and 2 in my right arm (after 2 nurses) a third nurse was sent in to get it. Finally stab #7 did it. I also got gravol via IV.
Try just eating really mild foods, like what you would eat when you have the flu. Dry toast, saltines, ginger ale, bananas, rice, baby food. Keep some crackers by your bed and eat a bit before you get out of bed, maybe DH could bring you some orange juice before you get out of bed too so you get sugar into your blood stream to calm any dizziness.
I called my OB and the nurse told me to drink ginger ale and eat dry crackers throughout the day and to call back if I get worse- which thankfully I am not. Last night I had some chicken (which I'm not sure if it was cooked properly since I don't know) and I am wondering if the chicken was a bit undercooked and is to blame for my symptoms. I know everyone handles food poisoning differently, but I just feel like I have an upset stomach right now without any other symptoms.
The worst part was discomfort and swollen abdomen. I drank ginger tea. And ginger ale. Ginger is good for these things! I thought of going to the doctor, but my experience is they will just give me pills I could do without. I was right. But you have to do what you think is best! Hope you feel better soon.
Ginger can also be very helpful in some people. You can make a tea with slices of fresh ginger root, or nibble candied ginger, or drink ginger ale, or even take ginger in capsules. The ribavirin is hard on the GI tract, and the ribavirin takes six months to fully eliminate from your body. For me it has caused lower intestinal troubles, and at 20 weeks post-tx they are 60% better most days but are still very bad on some days.
thanks girls ill try it so far iv had sum brown bread toast n a cup of orange squash but it hasnt helped at all, so my partner has gone out to buy me sum boiled sweets lucasade and ginger ale as iv been told that wrks too so fingers crossed sumthin will help lol thanks again :)
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