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Old March 13th, 2006, 11:21 AM
LisaK LisaK is offline
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SallyJean - do you get motion sickness when you ride in the car or fly? That is a good indicator. If you do not get sick when you drive or fly the chances are pretty good that the slight motion of the ship won't bother you at all. The ships have wonderful stabalizers. If on the other-hand you get sick in the car or when flying- depending upon the severity - very sick - talk to your doctor about the patch, if you get the mild queezies then try eithr the Bonine or the SeaBands.
I get very mild queezies when we first set-sail and ginger works great for me, ginger cookies, ginger candy, and ginger-ale as long as it has real ginger in it, and not just flavor. I do pack the Bonnine just in case, glad to report that we have yet to take the Bonine and we have encounterd a couple of storms and rough water on a couple of our cruises.
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