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Hi everyone - a new member here (by default)

My daughter is at her Leaver's party tonight with her best friend (11 years old) who has celiac Disease. I've just had a call from one of the other mum's to say this little girl isn't well and is feeling sick. OH is on his way to pick them both up as the friend is staying with us tonight. Have tried contacting her mum to find out what I need to do but can't reach her so if anyone's reading this and can give me some instant advice as to how I can help her/what I should do please post now.

Is there anything I can give her for nausea?

Thanks so much

Sam

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Hi everyone - a new member here (by default)

My daughter is at her Leaver's party tonight with her best friend (11 years old) who has celiac Disease. I've just had a call from one of the other mum's to say this little girl isn't well and is feeling sick. OH is on his way to pick them both up as the friend is staying with us tonight. Have tried contacting her mum to find out what I need to do but can't reach her so if anyone's reading this and can give me some instant advice as to how I can help her/what I should do please post now.

Is there anything I can give her for nausea?

Thanks so much

Sam

Depends on what not feeling well means. If she ate something that she shouldn't have because of her Celiac Disease, here is a list of some gluten free meds. If her tummy is upset she can have some apple sauce, rice, bananas.

Sometimes you just have to ride it out. Hope you can reach the mom soon.

http://www.glutenfreedrugs.com/list.htm


Lisa

Gluten Free - August 15, 2004

"Not all who wander are lost" - JRR Tolkien

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Ginger tea can help...and is gluten free.

Pepto Bismol Caplets: Manufactured by Procter & Gamble Pharmaceuticals. Gluten Free: Yes. Vegetarian: Yes. Verified: 10/19/07.

If in doubt, ask the pharmacist.

Hope she feels better.


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Ginger tea can help...and is gluten free.

Pepto Bismol Caplets: Manufactured by Procter & Gamble Pharmaceuticals. Gluten Free: Yes. Vegetarian: Yes. Verified: 10/19/07.

If in doubt, ask the pharmacist.

Hope she feels better.

Thank you ShayFL & Lisa - we made it through the night and it turned out she wasn't as bad as I'd feared. I think I was just in panic mode - it's tough when you're responsile for someone else's child!

All well this morning so thanks again for taking the time to reply!

Sam

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