Posted 2/12/2018 3:38 PM (GMT -7)
First of all, I'm so sorry. I know you said you tried ginger, but did you try fresh ginger tea 3 - 4 times a day on a regular basis? That's what it took to get my nausea under some control.
And, if you are in a state where it's legal, try certain strains of cannabis, as it's known to help with nausea from Chemo.
Eat very small amounts many times a day to get enough food into you to help you continue to function. Find foods that don't seem to upset your stomach even further - start with those lovely bland foods.
If the nausea is from the constipation issues (I used to get this off and on too), then getting your bowels to move is key, but I couldn't use laxatives, as it would cause major intestinal cramping for 4 days. Things like prune juice (I had to drink lots for it to help), gentle stool softeners, larger amounts of coconut oil in hot drinks, Aloe daily, high dose magnesium may be needed (I use mag oxide for this).
And, if you can, find out if it's a motility issue, or if it's "just constipation" - I had significant motility issues along with constipation. Once I got the motility issues pretty much under control and the constipation was easier to deal with/relieve.
I have to keep a good combination of things going constantly to avoid constipation issues still, but it's getting better for me.