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amenicycinema Fri 31-Oct-14 15:06:59

i am used to usually having some motilium with me to take for bloating/fullness and it helps with panicky nausea cause by emetophobia too.

I hadn't seen any in the last 2 pharmacies i checked so googled and its been withdrawn due to side effects. does anyone have recommendations for something similar they use? thanks smile

marne2 Fri 31-Oct-14 15:12:24

You can get motilium from your gp, I take it a lot too and am disappointed that I can no longer buy it over the counter, I'm going to my gp next week to get some on prescription.

I find peppermint tea can help with the bloating.

marne2 Fri 31-Oct-14 15:13:08

I am a emet too, am panicking without having a supply in the house.

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