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What Are Some Things To Eat And Drink After Vomiting

What are some things to eat and drink after vomiting?

NO DAIRY!!!
Nothing dairy until your completely healed
Drink plenty of water to stay hydrated
Dry crackers such as ritz or jatz
That's all i got sorry
Hope your feeling well soon!
Praying for you xxxxx
God bless xxx

What should i eat/drink after vomiting because of a hangover?

Non-caffeine fluids. Water, decaf coke, lemon lime soda, ginger ale, juice, whatever she can tolerate. Some soda crackers and some good old Campbell's chicken noodle soup come next when she can keep the fluids down.
The remedy is 2 aspirins, a big glass of water, a cool compress for the head, and a nap. Make sure she eats a little before trying the aspirin[and that she does not have any other illness that prevents her from taking aspirin].
She needs to treat the dehydration from the alcohol and from throwing up. The dehydration is thought to cause the headache that goes with the hangover.

What to eat/drink after vomiting?

The BRAT diet
Bananas
Rice
Apple Sauce
Toast

Personally, I would recommend toast (may be buttered *very* lightly if you're feeling ok) and ginger ale (just sip it slowly)

Otherwise, drink water. idk about gatorade. grape juice *might* be ok (it would help supply your body's cells with sugar, their primary source of energy). I'd stay away from dairy.

I hope you feel better soon!

What Are Some Safe Things To Eat 12 Hours After Vomiting?

Yesterday during school probably around 12 or 1pm, I started to burp and it tasted like hard boiled eggs (GROSS). I've had that happen before and threw up probably three to four hours after I started burping. But this time I went through the whole school day (still burping) and got home without vomiting. I started to not feel well around seven o' clock so I ate chicken noodle soup. I put a bucket with a little bit of water in it beside my bed in case I did throw up. Right before I went to bed my mom went and got me some ginger-ale. I fell asleep and when she got back home I woke up to be feeling worse! I took little sips of the ginger-ale and went back to bed. I woke up again around 12pm and felt like it was time. I sat there for about 15 minutes waiting for it but it never came so I tried going to sleep AGAIN. I woke up around 1-1:15am and vomited about 10 seconds after I woke up. I threw up about 3 times. I slept until 12pm today and now I'm eating a piece of toast with a light coating of peanut butter on it and taking sips of a Gingerberry Kombucha, I'm feeling a bit shaky and my stomach still feels a bit sour but I haven't vomited again yet. So I was wondering what things are okay to eat now? I hate throwing up and will do anything to prevent it.

What to eat after vomiting?

last night from 5 to 8 i was throwing up the tacos i had for dinner and the bial in my stomach. Today im hungry but i dont no what to eat. My mom is making me white rice plain and i dont know if thats good for your stomach. I've only had water and watered down gatorade. What should i eat/drink all day?

Eating/drinking after vomiting and diarrhoea?

On Sunday around lunch time I suddenly felt quite faint and dizzy and got very bad stomach pains - not long after I began experiencing diarrhoea. I also vomited once on Sunday afternoon (after my boyfriend got me to eat half a sandwich even though I said I wasn't hungry). I had difficulty sleeping on Sunday night thanks to the pain in my stomach.
By Monday morning, I felt extremely tired. I had a few more bouts of diarrhoea in the morning. I managed to eat a piece of toast with peanut butter on it and I slept a lot of the day away. By later afternoon, I was beginning to feel quite hungry and when my dad started to cook dinner I realised how hungry I was (after not really eating in 2 days). I managed to eat a small amount of dinner (corned beef, with a potato bake and some roast/boiled vegetables). Not even half an hour later I experienced a small bout of diarrhoea again, but it was nowhere near as bad as previous times.
I decided to come into work today as my office is swamped. I haven't experienced any diarrhoea or vomiting - I simply feel a little tired and pretty weak (probably because I've hardly eaten). I was hungry earlier, so I ate a piece of buttered bread that I brought with me.
It's nearing lunchtime and I was just wondering what I should eat/drink to actually give myself a little energy. I don't think I'll vomit again, but I don't want to overdo it just in case. I have another piece of buttered bread with me, but that's all I brought. We have a cafe downstairs and I was thinking about going down on my break to get something. I was possibly thinking some orange juice might be a good idea? Is there anything I should be/shouldn't be eating or drinking?

I have heard of the BRAT diet, but I don't have access to any of the foods at the moment - I'm currently at work and cannot get plain rice or toast from the cafe downstairs (although I could probably get the fruit, if they have any). I just want something substantial to eat or drink so that my stomach will stop growling at me (amongst not feeling right).

A coworker has told me that the cafe sells fried rice - would this be bland enough to eat? I haven't vomited in over 24 hours (which someone told me means I can foods that are a bit heavier) and my last bout of diarrhoea was about 17 hours ago.

Also, I can get some Gatorade or Powerade - would this be good for getting electrolytes into my body?

What is the proper thing to do after vomiting?

Sip small amounts of water or suck on ice chips a few hours after vomiting. This will help your stomach get used to having something in it again. Stick to bland foods such as bananas, applesauce, rice, and toast (aka the BRAT diet). Do not ingest anything acid or dairy based. Ginger ale can help settle a stomach as well and is another option to drink. It is best to NOT brush your teeth right after vomiting, as this will cause damage to the tooth enamel. If you can, rinse your mouth with a baking soda and water mixture as this will neutralize the acids on your teeth. Steamy showers always help in my personal experience. Best of luck and hoping you feel well!