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travel sickness/dizziness remedy while breastfeeding

I have inner ear damage which causes dizziness, nausea & severe motion intolerance, not helped by a phobia of vomiting. I have to face a long car journey to go to a funeral, I avoid car journeys where possible as they make me feel so bad. I have conventional travel sickness medication to take but don't have much confidence in it so am wondering if I could take a homeopathic remedy alongside it. I am also breatsfeeding my 7 month old daughter.
My normal dizzy symptoms are dizziness, I'm ok when moving but it's aggravated by things moving while I'm still. Get a headache across the front of the head, strange feeling follwed by nausea. I don't normally vomit although as I have such a fear of this I avoid the situations which would cause it. I do get anxious about travelling, sweaty palms, shallow breathing etc. Any asvice woiuld be appreciated, thank you
 
  roundabout on 2011-01-29
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