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Vomiting and Nausea (cont.)

Vomiting and Nausea Treatment

Most of the time, nausea and vomiting go away on their own and can be managed at home.

Treatment for nausea and vomiting usually involves medications to decrease the nausea and fluid replacement for dehydration.

Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 2/21/2013
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