Constant discomfort and nausea

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does anyone get constant discomfort and nausea weather they have eaten or not ?

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    My IBS started in the way you describe. However, my trigger is stress rather than food.

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    I get pain, some nausea, cramps but after 55 years of ibs I now get chronic debilitating unrelenting gas, bloating and terrible distention. The bloating started exactly 7 months after I had my gallbladder out. I wound up with gastritis and horrendous pain in upper stomach then all over intestines from all the gas. I can barely eat anything now. The very few food items I eat even cause me horrible gas and bloating but I have to force myself to eat them even knowing how sick I will get. This is a horrible disease.

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    I feel almost always nauseous, I have a burning/gnawing pain in the middle of my abdomen and I always feel tired. Welcome to IBS...

    Try to keep stress levels down - maybe try yoga, meditation or pilates in your spare time; eat what you can and keep a food diary specific to what times you're eating, what you're eating and any changes to your symptoms. Most of all, exercise regularly if you can - even if that's just taking short walks!

    I wish you the best of luck with your symptoms.

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    This sound very much like dyspepsia or possibly mild gastritis. It's not IBS. Try liquid antacids. If this doesn't help see you go for prescription acid reducing medication

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