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    Wallenberg syndrome
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    An_267647 posted:
    My dad has rare wallenberg's syndrome. Has basically all function except he is always nauseous. Can't eat, drinking anything is not easy, and struggles with therapy. He doesn't do well with lots of nausea medicines cause of extreme constipation (complete shut down) or they don't mix with his afib. Any nausea meds that don't cause constipation? Any natural meds?
     
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    editor_morgan responded:
    Hi there,

    I'm so sorry to hear of your father's rare diagnosis. Have you spoken to your doctor about potential medications that will help with his nausea but won't cause him to become constipated?

    Here are links to information on WebMD that you might find helpful:


    Tips & remedies for nausea and vomiting


    Understanding Nausea and Vomiting - Treatment

    Please be sure to come back and update us. We care about you and your family, and we are here for you ((hugs)).


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