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Motion Sickness (cont.)

Follow-up

Motion sickness typically resolves after the motion has stopped and requires no follow-up care. In uncommon cases, symptoms may persist up to a few days following the precipitating activity. If an individual has symptoms of motion sickness that persists or worsens over time, a visit to a health care practitioner is recommended.

Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 7/24/2014

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