Nausea and dizziness

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Everyday after I have lunch I get dizziness and nauseated. After almost every meal ., can anyone tell me what's wrong and also I am under medication rebeprazole sodium ip

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    Am tired of being sick
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      I know how you feel. I’m the same, I was experiencing nausea every day after I ate anything, Im now in a position where I can’t eat for terrible pain all over my stomach and back, bowels. I’m currently waiting to see a gastroenterologist, but don’t know when that will be, nearly ended up in A&E last night. I had to fast for 5 days, I tried to eat on the sixth day, last night and I ended up in the toilet all night and experienced some excruciating pains in my lower abdomen. I can’t eat for pain. 😕

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      Since how long you been feeling this way .., even probiotics makes me gassy and sick makes me unable to eat bloated
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      I’m actually not sure how long I’ve been like this, it’s getting out of hand though. It’s bad when you can’t eat for excruciating pain. 🙁. 

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    Hi kunal..you dont say how long you are on these meds..I have much the same symptoms..was put on zoton ,after a few days had to stop as I felt so weak and dizzy..They did give me relief at first..I havant taken any for 2 days and I actually feel better...what I have started using is 1 motilium 10mg in the morning...for nausea...after I eat I wait about 20 mins and take a spoonful of manuka honey mixed in lukewarm water..this is great for the stomach...you can take this after every meal...but it has to be NZ manuka honey...100mgo...or higher if you wish...I also use gaviscon if needed..you could have a Hiatus Hernia..
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