I experience nausea when I don't eat in the morning, but when I do the nausea goes away.

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So I have experienced nausea when I wake up if I don’t eat almost immediately for a very long time . I recently became a pescatarian (I don’t eat red meat or poultry) but this has been happening for way longer than that. I’m 5’6” and about 117 pounds. I used to weigh about 125 but I lost weight and was 113 at my lowest but it eventually evened back out. I started to lose weight when I became a pescatarian but again I’ve experienced nausea for a very long time. I don’t drink any soda and water is my drink of choice 99% of the time. I don’t eat many sweets either. I experienced headaches often but they don’t coincide with the hunger. I don’t find it hard to not eat throughout the day but in the morning I experienced the nausea. I’m wondering what all of this could mean.


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    Someone in my family has this same problem. They don't have any answers yet. Interested in what it means. Hope you are feeling better!

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    It happens to me off and on. After keeping a diary I kind of found a weak correlation with bloated (gas) feeling and nausea. My GP told me that pressure of gas in the stomach can cause nausea. So I did 2 things. Specific Yoga postures in the morning before I eat and Ginger powder in my Tea or drink Ginger Lemon tea. So far so good. Hope this helps a little,
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    Might be diet change that has caused the nausea.  Sometimes this can upset your stomach.

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