Nausea every month for 3 days

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Some time last year i started to feel nauseous at night and also through the day, it lasted for 3 days and this has been happening every month. It puts me off from going to bed because i know that i will wake up with a nausea feeling and have to put up with it through the night but i never vomit and my stools are normal. It's really starting to annoy and concern me as it keeps happening every month. It's like a kind of routine of my life now if you will but not a good one. I'm 16 years old going on 17 soon i excercise very regularly and have a average diet. I would really appreciate if someone could tell me what is causing this.

Thank you.

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     Nausea can be caused by many things.  Only a doctor can tell you what is causing it.  Have you seen a doctor?  In the meantime, keep a food and symptom diary to see if a particular food is disagreeing with you. Have you eaten anything you would not normally eat recently?  Are you having any other symptoms such as bloating, heartburn, gas, stomach pain?
    • Posted

      There have been no foods included in my diet that have been different and i am not having any other symptoms. The nausea has stopped because it's been three days now. It's as if it's on a scheldule or something but i know it will return if i don't figure out what is causing it. One idea is that it might be caused due to lack of sleep, my sleeping pattern is very muddled up as well because sometime i go to bed very late and sometimes i go to bed on time.

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      Try changing your sleep pattern by going to bed earlier, the same time every night and see if that helps.  If your nausea continues, see your doctor.

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