Nausea and Vomiting

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Since October, I have been having severe acid reflux and vomiting 10-15 times a day. I had an ultrasound, blood tests, and breath tests which showed no abnormalities, and an endoscopy, which showed inflamation but no other issues. If there is any pressure on my stomach, I immediately get nauseous and vomit. If I take Prilosec and Zantac daily, symptoms are tolerable. Sugar and greasy foods (even in extremely small quantities) cause severe nausea, vomiting, and acid reflux.

Potentially related, but potentially completely separate symptoms: any clothes that constrict my stomach cause severe cramping and pain. I can't wear any stiff fabrics, because they press on my abdomen when I sit down. I can essentially only wear dresses or leggings two sizes too big. 

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  • Posted

    Looks like you had some infection that is causing this. 

    Try some probiotic drinks. 

  • Posted

    omg this is same story as mine except that i haven't gone for an endoscopy additional symptom along with severe nausea and vomiting was chest pain..the pain used to be bad when trying to pass down food through the esophagus and my esophagus had an infection and swelling i dont know why..anyhow its been almost a month and i have been on rebeprazole 20 mg..chest pain and vomiting has become less but they are still there..i feel like the vomit is trapped in chest..drs say that you have gastritis or say inflammation of stomach lining..again this is an educated guess of drs and i have not gone through endoscopy..are you also having chest pains similar to mine??

    • Posted

      Mine are lower abdominal pains that feel like really severe stomach cramps. Mostly brought on by wearing constructing clothing.

      And I was tested for an infection but did not have one

    • Posted

      i have no abdominal pain only chest pain and severe i missed my doze and then had again severe nausea attack..i m so tensed..dr is asking me to continue this medicine but i this medicine is just suppressing the problem.
  • Posted

    Try keeping a food diary and ask for a gastric emptying test.

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