Rosie Mercado suffers from extreme motion sickness, which has recently intensified. Can The Doctors help her find a solution?
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I get it when I take cabs and sit in the back while they drive Erratically.
They'll come to a stop at the traffic lights or behind another vehicle or whatever, and then they'll go from zero to 30 miles per hour in like 3 seconds! THAT makes me terribly sick it's like being at a theme park on the scariest ride.
I have this problem too!!🤢 I hate sitting in the back seat and passenger seat! Some days are worse than others and on those days, I'm very nauseous before I even get in the car. Curves and hills are the devil, even when I'm driving! I think it's a problem with my brain because I cant play video games without getting sick and dizzy, never could ride or look at merry-go-rounds....
She doesn't get it when driving because then she focus on moving objects outside hence the brain recieves and sends correct signals, the opposite is the case when not driving probably focuses on mobile phone....
I suffer from this it is terrible and I had it since i was a baby. When I started driving I thought I was cured, but every time someone drove it started again. I also suffer from hyperemesis gravidarum which also made my pregnancies unbearable. I just cannot deal with smell, fragrances, odour; soap, cream, makeup and sometimes bad colour combo triggers mine.
My last trip overboard affected me immensely. I'm from a country where the norm is driving on the left opposed to the right. When I stayed one month abroad, I had the worst notion sickness (this coming from someone that never had a problem).
Whats worse is that it affected me back home. Driving certain speeds made me quesy. Music needed to be off. Being a passenger? Forget it. Luckily me driving myself isn't a problem but just recently have I gotten used to being a passenger. Nearly 2 years later.
I've had extreme motion sickness since I was two and I'm always worried about it. I have to take Dramamine Everytime I get in the car when I drive longer than 45 minutes. It was so bad when I was little that I could throw up on my way to daycare which was a 20 minute drive.
i've had motion sickness since i was a kid. however, the interesting thing is that i don't throw up but it's just that my stomach feels sick and if i travelled for a long time, i often need like a day to recover. it's kinda gone away in the last years without me doing anything specific, probably because i need to travel a lot on a bus because of uni & my body got used to it? however, i'd still feel sick if it's stuffy & hot out there.
This just reminds me when my auntie was driving me and refused to wind my window down for me to get air, i was also in the back seat and for some reason that makes it worse, but she refused to do anything and i just threw up in her car, she was sooo not happy lol.
I get car sick, even talking about makes me sick and gives me a headache ,
I feel like vomiting when in a car, the smell of basically anything sometimes bothers me so much, I feel super sick when In a car and it's been a massive problem since a couple years ago.
My stomach also feels weird, I get dizzy.
She should keep a bag in the car for that. I feel so bad for her too, it can be really debilitating. It must not be good for her teeth and esophagus too with all that throwing up 🙁 I hope she found something that helps
My sister has the worse motion sickness in my family. she has a crazy, bitchy, yelling, screaming at you attitude so if you drive her anywhere she will yell at you and when I say you, I mean me.
I can’t stand driving her around 😭😭😭😭
-_- guys you should go to philiphines and buy a pill called "Vonamin" i know it sounds wierd buy if your adult you need to drink 2 so you wont vomit but if your a cute little child 6-12 years old you will drink 1 so you wont feel like you want to vomit cause that pill will help you NOT to vomit C: ... if your from philiphines let me know if you ever drink that pill and you dont vomit or in philiphines we call vomit "Susuka" or he is vomit like that so yeah! if this was helpful please like this comment cause i spent 100 hour to write this comment (im joking i spent making this comment 3 minutes and you will read thid for like 7 minutes C:)
My motion sickness is so bad I even get sick when I'm the one driving sometimes. Especially if I have to drive long distances. I also love playing video games but, I can't play for more than 20 minutes or I end up sick. So I have to take frequent breaks. My doctor prescribed me scopolamine but, it doesn't seem to work that great. I just try to drink a lot of cold water and keep saltine crackers with me. I avoid public transportation. And I walk to places that are near my house. At least I get plenty of exercise lol. I guess there's always a silver lining if you look for one :)
It's gotten to the point where my brain anticipates the motion sickness, making me feel sick before I even set foot in the car. It's likely mostly psychological at this point for me, but it feels so real and so horrible. Yeek
I agree that its all mental! I have similar symptoms but nothing like hers! I do get nauseated when in the front passenger seat but when im in the back seat im all good! When I'm driving I'm all good if I decided to take public transportation and I sit towards the back of the bus i feel super nauseated! It has to be something mental like the visual not connecting with the motions that your feeling or something!
I have this... i cnt do long car rides... but its not that extreme.. and this also doesnt exist when i am driving but when my boyfriend drives I'm like babe pull over u drive to wild lol u making me sick
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