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After vomiting has stopped for one hour, drink
1 fl oz (30 mL) of a clear
liquid every 20 minutes for one hour. Clear liquids include apple or grape
juice mixed to half strength with water, rehydration drinks, weak tea with
sugar, clear broth, and gelatin dessert. Avoid orange juice, grapefruit juice,
tomato juice, and lemonade. Avoid apple or grape juice if you also have
diarrhea. Do not drink milk products, alcohol, or carbonated drinks such as
If you do not have any more vomiting, increase the amount of
fluid you drink to
8 fl oz (237 mL) during the
second hour. If you are not vomiting after the second hour, make sure that you
continue to drink enough to prevent dehydration.
When you are feeling better, begin eating clear soups, mild foods, and liquids until all symptoms are gone for
12 to 48 hours. Gelatin dessert, dry toast, crackers, and cooked cereal are good choices. Try to stay away
from strong food odors, which can make nausea worse.
The acid in vomit can erode dental enamel and cause tooth
decay (cavities). Rinse your mouth with water after you
vomit. Brush your teeth if you can.