[Method] How necessary is an antiemetic for the SN method?

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KuRsAnI

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I know @autumnal says it's better to use an antiemetic but mine is taking its sweet time to be delivered and I got everything else I need.
 

Toptock

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Jun 6, 2020
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Its not mandatory, just highly recommended to prevent it from dragging on due to vomiting.

Plenty of people have ctb without it. I'm even debating whether or not to go through the effort of buying it
 

ZardozOmega

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I'd very much recommend taking them to reduce the chance of vomiting. Not taking the antiemetics make the whole thing last a lot longer than it should and make it very uncomfortable. Since you won't be able to walk after you take it, if you happen to vomit you'll likely aspirate it and that's very unpleasant if you're still conscious.
 
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Alec

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I'd very much recommend taking them to reduce the chance of vomiting. Not taking the antiemetics make the whole thing last a lot longer than it should and make it very uncomfortable. Since you won't be able to walk after you take it, if you happen to vomit you'll likely aspirate it and that's very unpleasant if you're still conscious.
Just lay down on your stomach or side so if you vomit it doesn’t go back into your throat but rather goes out and leaves your mouth because of gravity so you won’t suffocate because of it.
 
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KuRsAnI

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I'd very much recommend taking them to reduce the chance of vomiting. Not taking the antiemetics make the whole thing last a lot longer than it should and make it very uncomfortable. Since you won't be able to walk after you take it, if you happen to vomit you'll likely aspirate it and that's very unpleasant if you're still conscious.
That's scary, thanks for the advice, I think I'll wait for the antiemetic
 

willitpass

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it’s not necessary, highly advised but can be done without. i have no way to obtain it easily enough to bother so i’m going to be doing it without
 

Redrum

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What kind of things besides SN do you need to make the death relatively bearable? Things that don’t require a prescription that I could order from amazon? Pls PM me the brand names if it’s not allowed to be discussed here
 

Aap

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The number one and two things are going to be antiemetics. Nothing otc will be remotely close.
 
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autumnal

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I know @autumnal says it's better to use an antiemetic but mine is taking its sweet time to be delivered and I got everything else I need.
To be clear, it's not just me who strongly recommends an antiemetic. The PPH does also, and many other forum members :smiling:

What kind of things besides SN do you need to make the death relatively bearable? Things that don’t require a prescription that I could order from amazon? Pls PM me the brand names if it’s not allowed to be discussed here