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    Withlilmunchkins posted:
    My daughter is 13months and she has horrible car sickness, only if car ride is twenty plus minutes? Does anyone have any ideas, every weekend we will take a small trip to zoo, park, etc, and she throws up all over the place, I dont think it's a milk allergy, and we limit milk before we leave...I don't think over the counter, can anyone help? My son never had any problems with tummy but my daughter is wearing me thin with the clean up of this problem.
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    butterflygirl_530 responded:
    I would check with the her doctor and see what they recommend since she is so young. I believe that make a wrist band for motion sickness, see if she could wear it. Hope this was helpfull. Keep us updated.


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