Have you considered medical marijuana? If you have problems with smoking or eating it I hear there are now vaporizer type contraptions that allow consumption of vapor rather than smoke. Also something called Marinol(?) tablets Rxable.
i tried the ant-nausea drugs a long time ago during a series of radiation trx's...they all made me sicker!!..my only and true helper during hepC trx was good ol pot,weed,bud...justa little puff,mind you...but it put me to rights pronto and always seemed to make the brainfog issues a matter of slapstik comedy?...not for everyone but sure worked for me......
Unfortunately, I tried it in college. Purely research you understand (hey, I was a pysch major). The MaryJane and I were not meant to be. Paranoia, severe depression, etc. Really odd brain chemistry I have.
Anyway, in order to take my pain medication I do have to have nausea medication. I've always been that way. I was able to eat a good deal more than usual today on the vistaril but I have been itching horribly all day and I think I might be allergic to it! That would so totally be the type of funny that gets pulled on me. I'm going off of it to see if I quit itching, then I'll try taking one again and see if that's what it is or not. I got all different pain meds too so it could be the pain meds. I have to introduce them both again independently of each other to find out which one it is making me itch.
sorry about the nausea. tends to go away by itself around week 12. as to the reflux, be because a lot of the meds you take for pain, etc, can make the reflux worse. i tried to keep meds to a minium becuase of that. best thing for the kind of refulux you have are two ppis a day (like Nexium). You really want to see an ENT to confirm but sounds like LPR (reflux of upper region). One PPI a day doesnt d cut it for LPR. not sure why they would do an endo if you havent had reflux before. very common from the tx drugs. other helps for LPR are not lying down within 3 hours of eating, raise be head of bed (on books or briks) about a foot n(not pillows) ad and avoid caffeine, cohoc chocolate, and tomatoe sauce. having some keyboard problems, so im keeping this brief.
what im tryin g to say is that you may be over medicating yourself and ending up with some real gastro problems. also, ginger very good for nauseal.
What pain meds were you prescribed without the tylenol? I tell dr. i am concerned about acetomenphen...but he said not too worry. When I see him i would like to be able to mention other meds...so do tell.