Nausea on waking is it depression

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each day wake with nausea which dissipates as day goes by allowing me to eat by teatime. Dont sleep well either.

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    Can not know if it is depression by you having just nausea. what other symptoms  are you having so I can say for sure what you are going through.

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    Are those the only systoms you are experiencing ? Have you been to the doctor? Depression can manifest in so many ways. Are you on any meds? Best to discuss with your doctor.
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    I would advise you to see you Doctor, if you are not eating poperly

    BOB

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      Thats the problem, i am eating by evening but too much, as im on mirtazapine and have put on two stones. So i have the weight gain, the stomach rpoblems and depression with anxiety all at the same time. Psych isnt sure which med to try next and i feel in limbo land till he thinks of a plan.  Last time he suggested lithium even though he said i have no signs of bipolar it might help.  I have read it makes you nauseous, that would put me back further.
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      Ann

      Your eating seems to be a problem and Mental Health and associated medications can cause weight gain. In my case I have over the years put on several stones of weight and that makes me even more depressed as I know My eating problem is not of my making.

      Decide on your needs, you could try Lithium if suggested, it should help you to become more calm. Remember your Specialists do have your interests at heart so we have to trust on their decisions

      BOB

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      Yeah thats true my friends bi polar in her case its caused weight gain also. That was one of the symptoms i didnt like with mirtaz. Escec being ex bulimic didnt want more bad body issues also just didnt suit me overall. Xxx
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      Thank you for your advice so far.  You seem to have a wide knowledge and it is much appreciated.  My dr has given me ranitidine to see if it may help the nausea, she says it could be due to my hiatus hernia along with the anxiety.

      i am feeling so helpless with this just now. I didnt drink much water yesterday and went to bed with my 5mg diazepam and 7.5 mirtazapine.woke at 1am needing to go  but bladder wasnt working.  I am very thirsty and have consumed nearly a litre of water in the night betweem naps, since when i have visited the loo nine times so bladder is working too much.

      i am taking thr buccastem dr gave me for nausea this morning but feel terrible.  I just dont know what to do for the best. My only fallback is the diazepam to control the anxiety when i get up but at the moment i just want to stay in bed all day.

      the problem is i dont know what is wrong with me, is this purely anxiety or have i got something else i keep asking gp and she thinks its anxiety.  

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      Hi ann the ranitidine ive been put on is 300 mg @ night. U on the same? It helps more than my lansoporazole alone xx have they tested you for diabetes due to the thirst & amount of times going too pee @ night just a thought xxx

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      I have still not got an effective anti depressant, 22 may appt for psych.  Have decided to see a dietician and work out why i am getting ibs symptoms which my GP puts down to anxiety.  So confused if it is mental condition causing all this or is it bowel which started the depressive symptoms
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