Please be sure that you don't vomit during your recovery. I'm guessing that what you interpreted as vomiting was just (as people around here have described it), coughing up a "hairball" that was the ravioli.
It's very important that anyone who has been wrapped get a script of anti-nausea drugs to ensure that if they get the urge to actually vomit they can stop it immediately. You may be too late for the first retches, but if you take anti-nausea drugs it will inhibit future nausea and keep you from damaging your wrap.
Most people here get scripts for one or more of these: Phenegran, Compazine (I prefer the suppository version, as once my stomach gets going it's not going to hold down a pil), and Zofran. The name brand Zofran product melts under your tongue, which is a great plus. The generic works just fine but must be swallowed.
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