I have always experienced nausea when in my relapse periods. It is one of my most disabling symptoms. I can walk around my flat and do very basic tasks, but nausea prevents me from being able to focus on things. It is very severe - I retch at times, though don't feel like vomiting. My nausea feels neurological in origin. I have tried various drugs that act on gut nausea, but none works. I feel like my nausea comes from inside my brain (along with the tinnitus, fog, weird buzzing inside head, fatigue and other autonomic problems) and therefore cannot be touched by the standard drug treatments. After 20 years of relapsing remitting disease, I am sceptical that there is anything that can touch my nausea, and that it just has to be borne. Has anyone got suggestions about possible drugs/ alternative approaches to try?