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Forum Name: Gastroenterology Topics
Question: please help
|tummyache - Wed Jul 20, 2005 11:14 pm||
I have felt nauseous for several hours at a time, every day, for the past couple of weeks. there are a number of things i can think of that might be responsible: stress, to some degree, as nausea seems to worsen under stress; repeated use of MDMA in the past month (during use i experienced nausea and vomiting); a new form of birth control which lists nausea as a common side effect; and smoking (which heightens sick feeling.)
The reason i am posting here is that it seems my problems might be medical...the constant feeling that i am going to throw up does not actually lead to my doing so, which led me to GERD rather than some other possibilities. I do not feel any desire to eat most things, which is dangerous for me as i normally only weigh 108 lbs and am 5'9" tall. when i actually do eat, i do not need to vomit, but it is extremely unpleasant.
i am 19 years old and until recently have been in good health. this problem is having a devastating effect on my daily life and i would love any input on dealing with it/ what might be causing it. thanks
|wassupwassabi - Thu Jul 28, 2005 9:09 am||
I'm not a doctor, but I have GERD, or so the doctors tell me, and I have very similar symptoms which started out of the blue; mine are also accompanied by constant belching. My symptoms started out the same way, so having GERD is a possibility. Do you feel nauseous after eating any sort of food or just certain foods? If it's just certain foods then you could do an elimination diet to figure out what makes you sick. If it's anything making you sick, does taking some Pepto Bismol or Maalox help with the nausea?
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