Constantly nauseous

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Hey everyone, I'm new to this but I need help.

I've been feeling nauseous for a month it's been on and off but for the past 3 weeks its gotten worse, I wake up every morning feeling sick and tend to struggle eating breakfast. Although I'm fine during the middle of the day. 

I've been to the doctors, gotten a lower stomach ultrasound, X-rays, blood tests the nausea got bad one day and I got taken to the hospital but no one knows what's wrong. All my tests results came back fine and I got told I was healthy, and that it might be anxiety or growing pains. I'm booked in for a stomach ultrasound tomorrow. 

Does anyone else have the same problem or have any advice?

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  • Posted

    It could just be simple morning sickness or acid reflux. Acid Reflux is hard to explain, but I do face the problem you're having from time to time. When you wake up, do you feel a little bit hungry? Gas?

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    Hi Breezy, it sounds completely obvious but you aren't female and pregnant are you, lol.  If not then I completely apologise for offending you!  It could be the thought of eating 1st thing that is setting you off, you could try something with ginger in 1st thing then a little starch bland food and not milk.  Let your stomach gently get used to foods 1st thing it's possible your stomach doesn't like to eat then, I know plenty of people who can't.  Ask for more investigations it's possible your stomach is not shutting at the top.  I would ask for more help I am not a doctor but only can go on my experience.

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      Now I feel worse, so sorry love! Check with yout doctors what's going on, you could try some ginger 1st thing each day and it may settle your stomach, it could be hormones?

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    • Posted

      Don't feel bad! I've gotten an upper stomach ultrasound done and going to the doctors tomorrow. Thank you so much for the advice. I'll definitely try it. 

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