Almost a week I feel nausea at nights only, And my appetite is reduced,

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Im 22 yo boy. At mornings I wake up, everything is ok i feel fresh, I eat my regular breakfast, then lunch but I eat less than ever, at afternoons It starts I feel a lil nauseated but not enough to care about then at 6:30 - 7pm every day my heart beat rating increases, feeling nausea slowly, these conditions getting worse till night when I want to sleep, I have noisy stomach at these hours too, I should mention I've never vomited through these days, been 6 days now, Its new year holidays and all doctors are on holidays cant find any good one till the next week.

+ (sry wrote alot!) have meet a doc last week when it started, also told him about my ice pick headaches around my head I was too worry about them before this and he told me that im nervous and all these are happening cuz of being worried, btw I still have those short headaches lasting 2-3 secs every day...

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    Hi M Hosein

    What is your diet like? You will have to check what foods you are eating they may be causing the nausea you may have a food intolerance or an allergic reaction to a certain food or the ingredients in the food...

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      I've just eaten the foods which I always used to, my mom made foods, Fried eggs and Sugary things for breakfast, and Ricey foods for lunch, nothing for dinners these days, even I didn't eat any fast foods or foods full of spices this week, totally ate nothing new according to my usual diet

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    Hi M Hosein

    Why do you not eat an evening meal?..perhaps this is why you feel nauseous.....you should try eating a small meal..i imagine this is why your stomach is gurgling because it needs food..

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