Diagnosis of persistent nausea?

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Involved in a road traffic accident more than three years ago. Had pain in the abdomen from the seatbelt although that disappeared after a week or so. After that, I had one evening when I vomited continuously. Since then, I've had persistent nausea.

It never goes away and although I've learned to live with it, it's a massive inconvenience.

I've had multiple blood tests, a barium swallow and even an endoscopy, with the doctors still finding nothing wrong.

I've tried changing my diet and eating habits but nothing has worked.

Does anyone know causes of this or experienced it themselves?

Any information greatly appreciated.

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    Hello, I'm new to your group. I too have persistent nausea. My stomach and bowels never feel comfortable I too have many tests blood tests upper GI with small bowel FT. And other tests. My blood panel was basically alright except when I was tested for Celiac Disease, everything came out alright EXCEPT my IGA was high. I've been very worried about this. tomorrow I'm going to a specialist when deals only with blood test and cancer. They have to rule out many things. Needless to say I'm very anxious I have a heart condition too. I had major surgery on my abdominal surgery in 2009, and then my gallbladder was removed 2010. My stomach and bowels have never been the same . I ddddidn't have cancer but my entire  descending colon was removed, I don't have to wear a bag, they reconnected the small bowel is attached the trans verse colon. I don't if the persistent nausea is related?  I feel for anyone of you who suffer from nausea. seanmays I understand how you feel as I've also tried about everything, I eat a very bland diet, actually always have, aand can only eat frequent  small meals as tolerated. Thank you

    Sincerely hannah15796

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