Constant Nausea causing anxiety

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4 years ago i had what I thought was a bug that lasted a few days and then came and went over the space of 4 weeks. I then suffered with nausea that would come and go for a few days constantly. I had endoscopy, blood tests and so on and they couldnt find anything. They said it could be IBS or cyclic vomitting syndrome. I learnt to cope with the symtpoms, also hot and hot and runs most days. I thought it might have been aspartame so I cut that out.  I then got pregnant and had severe Hyperemesis. After my daughter was born I did have any aspartame and had no symptoms at all for 11 months. I finally felt normal again! However, it all started again in exactly the same way. I had a bug time thing minus the actual vomitting for a few days and it would come and go again. Dr did blood tests again and showed nothing. I have started to panic about it again so the dr put me on citalopam. After 3 days I woke up with severe anxiety so dr changed to fluoxetine and propanolol as they said they thought anxiety is causing the nausea. I feel constantly tired and detached (spaced out) hot and cold, burning in my arms. Nausea that comes and goes, problems staying asleep. I now take 20mg of fluxoetine and 10mg propranolol 3 times a day. i dont know whats side effects and what is the general symptoms. I am at the end of my tether! I cant cope with this forever! The constant butterflies has nearly gone but I just feel so spaced out and ill all the time. this is not normal. what is wrong with me. I am so miserable, some days I just think what is the point. (dont worry Im not suicidal but this is really getting me down)

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