Stomach Problems?

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For a while now I have been having this problem where my stomach starts to feel upset right as I wake up but when I start to eat, I'll take almost a crumble of food before I start to ffeelmy stomach churn or just sick to my stomach.. And it happens with everything & everytime I eat.. I'm down to eating a cracker a day, I can drink water well... And even sometimes I will throw up... It's gotten to the point where I forget to eat Or drink... And I'll have fainting spells... Please help me...

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    If both of these problems are sometimes worse with lying down to sleep or on an empty stomach (such as first thing in the morning when you wake up), in that case, it's another very common problem known as intermittent stomach pain and cramping or irritable bowel syndrome, does it often happens in the morning when you wake?

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      I'm fine laying down, some days are better than others. Somedays my stomach will growl, but as soon as I put a piece of food in my mouth and swallow it's just like I get extremely full off one bite like I over did it to the point I feel sick. But I'm starving, and I know I have to eat, and every day I just feel dizzy, light headed, I'm more prone to get exhausted easily and I've already began to lose weight.

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      It sounds like stomach inflammation or a bacterial or viral infection. If you have been eating unhealthy or had bad eating habits or have taken any meds recently then stomach inflammation is the possibility. Try using Mastic Gum, its a natural remedy for mild stomach ailments. Eat yogurt if you are not lactose intolerant. But do consult a doctor.
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