My grandfather has suffered from chronic nausea since receiving a pacemaker several years ago. He has been through every test there is from stomach to brain, etc. Do you have any idea what can be the cause. I would appreciate any possible suggestions that you have. We are from a really small town, so there might be something out there that his doctor's aren't aware of. Thanks!
I'm not sure what the cause for the nausea would be from the pacemaker but I know a few things that really help me because i suffer with very bad nausea from anxiety and migraines. I use a med called Phenergan you can get them in supasotory or tablet and i eat ginger snaps and drink gingerale.
My husbands father had a pacemaker so i will ask him if his dad suffered with nausea. Hope I was of some help. Have a wonderful day.
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