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By  JMichael  |  25

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  RedPillSucks  |  30

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  Booda_Shun  |  28

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  HKCgrimmjow  |  15

#19 I see that you get down voted quite frequently for your use of big words that you use to (in my opinion) try and make yourself look smart. Just an observation

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  lostangel5  |  12

I believe 19 meant to write hemophiliac. by all means, correct me if im wrong, but hemophilia is uncontrollable blood loss. still it isn't related to the OP's fml, but. just being helpful is all

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  Axipiter  |  24

I think it's trying to convey some "clever" play on the word "irony", given that iron has a lot to do with blood. But maybe I'm just giving it too much credit...

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  That_Ginger  |  18

This happened to me when I had the flu last month. I couldn't keep,liquids down, or pills. So I had to go to the hospital to get the medicine through IV. Going through that, I feel terrible for OP. Sucky experience.

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  Chumsword  |  8

Its possible.. look at all the medicines that are advertised on tv... side effects usually include what your taking the pill for. Everyone's body is different and can react in strange ways.

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  stumpyj  |  10

That is because when testing medicines the company has to put every single symptom the test group had. That's why headache medicine has a side effect of headaches.

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  Chris9616  |  12

its funny because on most of those ads thrbstuff that they are prescribing has sideffects worse than what you are feeling. but sorry OP man I hate being sick its like what did I do to deserve this!!!

By  renjisgirl12  |  22

This is why you use the 'temporary' ones first (which you place under your lips, against the gum) so it absorbs into your bloodstream without having to swallow, allowing you enough time to swallow and keep down the 'proper' anti nausea pill. Unfortunately I know this from experience. Lets just say, oestrogen -not my thing!

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  sourgirl101  |  21

When I had my morning sickness, (mine wasn't as bad as most) I always felt 100% better after I did throw up. Nowadays, whenever I'm ill, I don't debate "Should I or shouldn't I?" I just listen to my body and get it over with as quickly as I can so I can start to feel better. Throwing up is never fun but the body is designed to find a way to get rid of whatever is ailing you.

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