Morning Sickness - Male

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Hi people, almost every morning I've always woken up feeling sick till I've had something to eat(thought everyone felt this way. In the past few months if I get up extremely early - Around 7 am for me, I have to sit up and bring air up, if I lay on my side it feels like the air builds up till I sit up right and bring it up, this is accompanied by the nausea of course. 

I have been sick a few times with blood also, I've shown 3 doctors the picture of it, one of them in ER, he was relieved by it as the other doctors were but noone could diagnose me - the first doctor said it was unusual for someone to feel sick every morning, another mentioned acid reflux etc. 

Oh and this morning I had halve a protein shake, some scrambled egg, like 4 forkfuls and had to run to the bathroom shortly after it. 

I have an EDG this Thursday. Just looking for ideas of what it could be, if this is the wrong forum please feel free to move and apologies.

I do always start to feel better around 10am. Like nothing had happened before. 

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  • Posted

    Probly GERD, gastritis with acid reflux irritating your esophagus in turn why u get a little blood. No definitive test yet ha.
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      I had really heartburn till I started sleeping with two pillows 'cured it for me I'd say'.. Will the endoscopy be able to show anything for acid reflux? if it is causing it?.

      I had bloods taken back in July and everything came back fine, but yet again I've got to get them taken on Thursday also. 

      Umm I forgot to mention I've been tested for H.poly too. 

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      Well H pylori blood not that accurate anyway when they do your upper they will take biopsies and know a lot. And yes an upper GI will show if there's any irritation to your esophagus and a lot more
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    Ah yes my mistake it was a stool sample for that test, bloods were taken as a precaution, all doctors I've seen turn to blood for results lol. 

    Hmm well that is good news, I hope I get some results for this. 

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