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    Yes they helped. Only a little but enough that I could function, because while I still felt incredibly nauseous, they did reduce the vomiting.
    I took them off once, and felt awful again, so I bought a second pair so that I could shower with them on and have dry ones to put back on.
    I wish I'd tried them with my other kids!

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    They definately help me, they dont stop the nausea completely, but definately help lessen the symptoms!

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    The travel sickness ones worked for me! They certainly didn't take everything away but made a difference certainly!

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    They didn't for me. I think it really depends how severe your MS is. I found acupuncture twice a week gave some relief. Needles in the spot the bands go. But I had it pretty severe.

    I hope you feel better soon. MS is the pits

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    So... Apparently this is a really old thread. Woops. Oo
    Last edited by Jennaisme; 31-10-2014 at 23:09.

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    Yep, worked for me both times.

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    I know this is old thread but what brand did people buy? Wondering if some are better than others?

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    I must be seriously living on another planet?! What are these wonderful little creations that are being discussed here?

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    Omg @Zombie_eyes I saw this and thought you had news but then realised it was an old thread

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    I bought Travel Calm brand ones from Chemist Warehouse. There is also Sea Bands brand. Quite a lot more dollar wise, but does the same thing.


 

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