A 40-year-old male asked:
Why do i always feel realy sick after somthing to eat? this has been happing for about 1 month.
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General Surgery 34 years experience
Nausea: Nausea after eating can have several causes, ulcer, gastritis, gallstones. Watch your diet. Do fatty foods, (pizza, fried foods, restaurant foods) make your symptoms worse? If you develop fever, vomiting or pain episode lasting more than a few hours go in to your doc. An ultrasound of your right upper abdomen, a scope/egd, blood draw for labs and exam will likely get a diagnosis.
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