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    Feeling extreme nausea during transition period

    I just finished P2 yesterday. Itís only been about 28 hours since My last dose of hcg and I feel like I could vomit at any moment. Extreme nausea. My lower tummy is also feeling very crampy like I may have diarrhea soon. Iím still towards the beginning of my 72 hrs and donít know what to do. Iím worrying maybe my hcg was expired. It was supposed to expire about 2 weeks ago, but it usually lasts longer (from past experience) so I kept using. What should I do? I donít want to sabotage all my hard work..but feel i need to eat something substantial. Actually, the thought of food right now makes me feel even sicker, even though Iím extremely hungry. Help!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kc26 View Post
    I just finished P2 yesterday. Itís only been about 28 hours since My last dose of hcg and I feel like I could vomit at any moment. Extreme nausea. My lower tummy is also feeling very crampy like I may have diarrhea soon. Iím still towards the beginning of my 72 hrs and donít know what to do. Iím worrying maybe my hcg was expired. It was supposed to expire about 2 weeks ago, but it usually lasts longer (from past experience) so I kept using. What should I do? I donít want to sabotage all my hard work..but feel i need to eat something substantial. Actually, the thought of food right now makes me feel even sicker, even though Iím extremely hungry. Help!
    I think I have read when you feel extremely hungry on 72 hours of transition, to up your calories on your p2 food. Have extra protein or veggies. Even if you up to 800 cal,. Maybe that will help. I wouldn't add fats until after the hcg is out of system. Good luck, hope you feel better soon.

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    Nausea is the worst, I so sympathize.

    Dubbles advice is good if you can eat. If not, try the nausea (sea sickness) wrist band. You can do the same thing by pressing a bead on the accupressure point on your wrist that corresponds to the little knob on the band.

    If you can eat something, try some ginger tea and one of your melbas or grissini. Blend up some chicken breast with broth and celery if you are up for a meal. Pureed food is sometimes easier on a touchy stomach. If that seems too much, try sipping on some warm bone broth to get some protein calories.

    If you can swallow a pill (or do a chewable), try papain enzyme. It can stop nausea quite quickly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dubbles View Post
    I think I have read when you feel extremely hungry on 72 hours of transition, to up your calories on your p2 food. Have extra protein or veggies. Even if you up to 800 cal,. Maybe that will help. I wouldn't add fats until after the hcg is out of system. Good luck, hope you feel better soon.
    Thank you for your advice. I dont think I can manage eating any protein, but I did eat some strawberries and feel slightly better. Thanks for the well wishes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leez View Post
    Nausea is the worst, I so sympathize.

    Dubbles advice is good if you can eat. If not, try the nausea (sea sickness) wrist band. You can do the same thing by pressing a bead on the accupressure point on your wrist that corresponds to the little knob on the band.

    If you can eat something, try some ginger tea and one of your melbas or grissini. Blend up some chicken breast with broth and celery if you are up for a meal. Pureed food is sometimes easier on a touchy stomach. If that seems too much, try sipping on some warm bone broth to get some protein calories.

    If you can swallow a pill (or do a chewable), try papain enzyme. It can stop nausea quite quickly.
    Thank you, Leez - for both the advice and empathy! Bone broth sounds good right now. I do feel a bit better after strawberries. Will have to make a store stop for some of your other suggested remedies!

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    Throwing in my $0.02Ö. When extreme nausea has hit me, and especially when I know itís not dose related, drinking dill pickle juice (not bread n butter, check ingredients to make sure thereís no sugar or funky stuff) has remedied the issue in minutes. I know that may not sound like the most appealing thing lol, but if/when itís a salt or electrolyte issue (which you would never really know about like a dose issue) that does the trick. Worth a shot if you have some pickles on hand. It saved me a few times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsWoody View Post
    Throwing in my $0.02Ö. When extreme nausea has hit me, and especially when I know itís not dose related, drinking dill pickle juice (not bread n butter, check ingredients to make sure thereís no sugar or funky stuff) has remedied the issue in minutes. I know that may not sound like the most appealing thing lol, but if/when itís a salt or electrolyte issue (which you would never really know about like a dose issue) that does the trick. Worth a shot if you have some pickles on hand. It saved me a few times.
    I actually do have some. Iíll give anything a shot. It is coming and going in waves now. Thanks for the tip.

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    Lots of great advice they have given. Hope you feel better soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kc26 View Post
    I actually do have some. Iíll give anything a shot. It is coming and going in waves now. Thanks for the tip.
    Youíre welcome. I know that ďwill try anythingĒ feeling. The extreme nausea is just awful. Good luck, I hope it helps and you start to feel better.

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    and it could very possibly be unrelated to the HCG protocol, your dosage or whatever.

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