But everything I read said women like me, who got seasickness, altitude sickness, motion sickness, were more likely to suffer HG.
Nor is seasickness an issue, because of the wonder-drug Meclizine, sold as Sea Calm.
I was going to prescribe ginger ale if it was the first stage of seasickness.
The first thing we had to face was seasickness, and very few escaped it.
An old swell was running, and he speedily discovered that seasickness was another thing his will could not master.
"Tell you what's a good thing for seasickness," said the Sea Monster slyly.
The voyager embarks, and is in all probability confined to his cabin, suffering under the dreadful protraction of seasickness.
"I will see that they do not suffer from seasickness," said the Doctor.
seasickness is akin, you know, to that dizzy feeling some people have when at a height.
Cora knew that the lady had suffered with seasickness, and was anxious to reach land.
seasickness sea·sick·ness (sē'sĭk'nĭs)
Motion sickness resulting from the pitching and rolling of a ship or boat in water, especially at sea. Also called mal de mer.