Feeling nauseous whilst eating breakfast

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Hi all

For the past few days I've been struck with a wave of nausea whilst eating breakfast. I have not yet been sick and it usually passes after a minute or two. This has happened a couple of times before and usually goes on for about a week, then nothing for a few months.

As far as I am aware I don't have any food allergies, but my usual breakfast is cereal with standard semi-skimmed cows milk, so I did wonder whether it maybe lactose related; but then it happened again this morning when I had toast.

Any suggestions?

Thanks, Joe

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    It sounds like you are reacting to something you are eating at breakfast. Try eliminating both bread and milk from your diet for a few weeks to see if it improves anything. If it does, avoid these food types. Cows milk can be a problem for some people.

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    What are you eating at dinner. Are you eating late? Could be affecting you in the morning. You should try an alternative to cows milk. Like Almond milk. I have and I feel better not drinking animal milk.

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    Hi CountryMike

    Perhaps you are intolerant of dairy in general, milk on cereal and butter or whatever spread you use on toast they are both dairy. Try using lactose free milk and lactose free spread ans see if there is an improvement......

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    Thanks for all your comments and suggestions. Someone at work suggested Pepto Bismol (sp?) and it seems to have worked - though could be a coincidence! Giving oat "milk" a try as well.

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