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Travelling with Children

medicine for air sickness

Bhavna
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Updated on May 08, 2012

While travelling one time we faced a lot of turbulence and my daughter ( who up until then had no motion sickness ) started feeling queezy and then threw up . Can anyone suggest a medicine that I can give her to help her travel. ( she is 6 yrs old and would really not like taking a pill)

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Bhavna

| May 29, 2012

hey people !! just an update , i tried a syrup called " Emeset ( cipla ) - Lemon Flavor " and it worked wonderfully on my daughter ...

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Bhavna

| May 22, 2012

Matteo : Would you know where i could pick up the wrist band from ?? It sounds nice , i would def. like to give it a shot... thanks

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Bhavna

| May 22, 2012

Praveen/ nitin - Are you talking about AVOMINE? Does this also come in a flavored syrup form ??

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Matteo Chiampo

| May 11, 2012

our nanny in the past was used to put a bunch of freshly cut parsley on her stomach for fighting car motion sickness.

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Matteo Chiampo

| May 11, 2012

while traveling by boat, my two nieces (9 and 12 years old) have used successfully a kind of elastic wrist band with a half-ball made of wood. Apparently the half ball stimulates a pressure point on the bottom side of the wrist which has the effect of reducing/eliminating sea sickness. Not sure how much was the placebo/psychological effect in play, but the bottom line is that the have not thrown up for the duration of the boat ride for the first time in their lives!!

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nitin

| May 11, 2012

Try the standard abomine. in case you want to go the non-medicine way, try some lemon and orange candies to nibble for her while on the flight.

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nitin

| May 11, 2012

Try the standard abomine. in case you want to go the non-medicine way, try some lemon and orange candies to nibble for her while on the flight.

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