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    Home remedy for tummyache?

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    My tummy hurts.

    I have never found an OTC painkiller that helped a tummyache- anyone have any brilliant home remedies that always work for them?
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    I usually do an herbal tea. That usually helps. Though when I'm getting sick (actually throwing up) I usually want gingerale that's shook up so it's flat.... but that's just me.



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    Nausea or crampy/knotty pain?
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    Peppermint candy always works for me. I prefer one of the soft Bob's mints, but the hard starlight mints will work in a pinch.

    Sorry your tummy hurts!
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    Pepto doesn't work?

    My mom drinks a small glass of baking soda and water...

    Gross...but it works...
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    , ginger and mint tend to help.
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    peppermint usually works for me..... or just laying in the fetal position.




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    Ok, of the things listed I have ginger ale and mints. I'll try those! And it's actual ACHE, not really crampy, and no nausea. It kinda sucks. I thought it was abdominal muscle soreness from surgery but tylenol usually helps with that and it isn't helping this time. Boo.
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