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I would not travel without Immodium. I needed it on my last 2 trips. I also took anti-nauseants for the ferry from the UK to France.
Great thanks – haha id hate to be in a sticky situation, now on my list to buy. Cheers
I am going to the Dr. to get a prescription for Diahorrea Tabs, Vommit Tabs and a general Anti-biotic… My Dr. recommended to do this, because then you are prepared for any situation. Make sure you also take any other meds you might need, like antihistamines, ventolin/preventative asthma meds, and other day to day meds to because you wont be able to see a Dr. very easily and without a script you wont have access to those meds either.
Better to be safe than sorry. <!--graemlin::)--> There would be nothing worse than spending several thousand on a holiday and be sick and not enjoy it.
being a flight attendant we go through some weather that makes you sick and places your stomach doesnt like and the one medication i swear by is STEMITAL its an anti-naseua tablet works in few minutes and is prescription only but very very worth it!!
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