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I've gone on a few cruises. Seasickness was never an issue until one night the waves were especially rough! Worst experience ever.

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I went on my first cruise this summer! I didn't have much of a problem with seasickness, even on the roughest day. The part that got me was when I got OFF. The whole earth kept swaying for a week

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Usually cruises don't get too rocky unless you go out into open ocean. If OP were on a Mediterranean or Caribbean cruise it shouldn't be much of a problem.

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@25 I did not say that OP used the word "then". I was clarifying the order of events for the upper comment.

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Lol #38 I was pointing out that op went to the shower then the balcony not a "balcony shower" altogether so the "again" that you mentioned #9 used is irrelevant....

When I was pregnant with morning sickness I found that putting pressure two fingers length from the inside of my wrist slightly helped relieve nausea.

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I get carsick very easily and have since I was a child. They have wristbands with a ball that puts pressure on the pressure point. Unfortunately they've never worked for me. I also don't think they work well once you're already seasick or carsick. Best thing for me is a gravol/Dramamine and let it knock you out, hopefully you'll sleep through the whole thing.

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#29 - If it knocks her out, she wouldn't enjoy the cruise. When my hubby & I went on our honeymoon cruise, I was horribly nauseated. I'd never been on a cruise so I had no idea. I did buy a pair of those anti-nausea bracelets, and they worked for me. They also sell the patches that you put behind your ear to help with the nausea. OP - check out the gift shop on board, I'm sure they have something that you can use that won't knock you out so you can enjoy your vacation!! Good luck!

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