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Why is it that I can't work out hard for more than about 20 minutes without needing to puke? Will it go away or do I have some sort of condition?
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>>16935551
Do you work out after having a large meal?
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>>16935588
seconding that question
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>>16935588
Usually either on an empty stomach or something like oatmeal or an apple.
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>>16935607
You should have a sensible meal 3-5 hours before you work out. Alternatively, lower the intensity until you build up a tolerance to the nausea.
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>>16935631
What about an hour before?
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>>16935551

Maybe motion sickness?

I'd suggest taking 25 - 50 mg of diphenhydramine shortly before exercise. It'll probably make you tired and it'll reduce your performance, but it is generally very effective for nausea and vomiting.
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>>16935638
Too soon. You'll barf a lot.
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>>16935821

Actually, see a doctor about something called a 5HT-3 antagonist. These drugs (ondasterone/Zofran comes to mind) are used to control nausea and vomiting in people getting chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and surgery. Unlike diphenhydramine, 5HT-3 antagonists probably won't hinder your performance or make you want to fall asleep on a treadmill. However, they may potentially be expensive and I don't know if your insurance would be willing to cover them for exercise-induced emesis.
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/fit/ is that way >>
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>>16935821
>>16936128

>most likely nauseous from bad dietary habits and fat assery
>lets bandaid the problem and pile on drugs
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>>16935551
Ask /fit/. Also, maybe you're working out too hard. What's your routine? What's your fitness level?
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>>16936208
I'm pretty out of shape about 25% body fat. It's usually when I'm working with a personal trainer and maybe he pushes me too hard.
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