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What to do when your medication causes nausea

Taking your pills with a light snack or at bedtime may help reduce the que asiness. You take medication hoping it will make you feel better. But sometimes it makes you feel worse. “Nausea is one of the most common side effects of medications we hear about,” says Joanne Doyle Petrongolo, a pharmacist at Harvard-affiliated Massachusetts General Hospital. About nausea …

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