Some really good suggestions here. I tried just about everything, too, on the first chemo, and had a really tough time. Finally, my onc recommended acupuncture, and it has worked so well that i have continued going for all of my cancer and chemo problems. I continued to use Emend 3 day pack, Zofran and the infusion pre meds in conjunction with weekly chemo and their suggestion of anything ginger i could tolerate. I am lucky in that my PPO BCBS plan covers 70% of the allowed amount, and they have graciously agreed to take that payment as full payment for my treatment.
I am also lucky to find two Chinese sisters, both MD's but only practicing acupuncture in the US. One is a surgeon, the other a pulmonary doctor. They readily incorporate their practice with the regular Western medical approach. Also, they have colorectal cancer close in their family, and routinely have their CEAs checked and colonoscopies, and know more about mCRC than most off field docs.
This, in conjunction with all the antiemetics, truly resolved my nausea about 98%.
Keep trying different combinations, with your onc's knowledge and approval and more than likely you will find the right one for you. Ginger candies and teas from the Phillipines are another good source to Google and fine.
[color=#0000FF]2009 appendix ca
R cecum tumor|Stage IIIc |FOLFOX6
3x blks 2011 sm bm resection FOLFIRI+Erbitux
2/2012 PET-CT 4+ mets, pelvic periton.
4/12 Avastin+Xeloda 5/12 Vectibix
No further tx failure to respond inclu Trial Currently under Hospice at home tx[color]