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NCCN QUICK GUIDE
Nausea and Vomiting, Version 1.2016
How are nausea and vomiting treated?
You may have to try one or more anti-nausea or vomiting drug to find
what is most helpful for you. You may need to try using more than one
drug at a time.20
Complementary therapies are meant to be used alongside standard
therapies, most often to prevent or reduce side effects.21
What can you do to cope?
Take your anti-nausea and vomiting drugs as prescribed. Stick with your treatment plan for
nausea and vomiting. Tell your doctor if it is not working.24
How can you learn more about nausea and vomiting?
Ask your doctors many questions. Get current information on how to prevent and treat nausea and
vomiting. Make a decision with your treatment team.30
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