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Forum Name: Gastroenterology Topics
Question: Continuous Nausea
|Rachella - Tue Feb 03, 2004 3:29 am||
Hello! I have a rather self-concerned inquiry. For the past few days, (4-5), I have been experiencing random bouts of nausea. None of them have been accompanied by actual vomiting, though, sometimes I wish they do. :( It would probably make me feel better. I've tried pepto bismol, and mylanta. Just today I experienced some bad er, diarrhea. I've been concerned simply for the fact of how long this has been going on, as well as the fact medicines don't seem to work. Today's little episode occurred very very shortly after I took some mylanta, and then tried to enjoy some chocolate chip cookies with milk. I haven't touched them since.
Could anyone give me some advice/opinions? Is this enough of a situation to go see a doctor? Or is this just probably a minor illness? Anyone? Anyone? :wink:
|Dr. Tamer Fouad - Wed Feb 11, 2004 6:14 pm||
I hope that you are feeling better and that your condition has been resolved smoothly. For more info on the causes of nausea please visit our nausea and vomiting page.
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