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Constant Nausea Without Vomiting
Can you experience constant nausea without vomiting if suddenly stopping medications for bipolar depression and anxiety?
Possibly: Many medications used for bipolar should not be stopped abruptly, though most will self-taper. In many cases it is also better to discontinue one at a time. However, there are many variables to be considered and all the details count. I trust your discontinuation is being supervised by your physician. ...Read more
What are the reasons for constant light nausea (no vomitting)? I usually don't feel it while in movement and don't feel any kind of pain.
Many possibilities: Many possibilities - could be gastrointestinal, nervousness, brain related, inner ear related, medications, diet related, elevated CSF pressure, elevated intra-ocular pressure, endocrine / hormone related....Etc. Very broad topic. Need someone to ask appropriate questions like associated symptoms, timing etc. And check many tests. ...Read more
For1+ year i wake vomiting food eaten 12 hours prior also extremely bloated. Sometimes diarrhoea too. Constant nausea. Worse when eaten high fat food?
Gastric retention: You have a problem with the stomach emptying. It is true that fatty or oily foods slow stomach emptying but food should not be retained in your stomach all night long. You should be evaluated by a gastroenterologist who will determine whether the retention is due to mechanical or functional problems in the upper gastointestinal tract. ...Read more
Weight loss concern: The GI tract has a very limited # of symptoms to signal its distress--nausea/vomiting, diarrhea/constipation, bloating, pain, fullness, bleeding, etc. Many of these are seen with inflammatory, infectious, ischemic, malabsorptive, ; functional disorders, as well as pregnancy. Directed lab work, imaging, +/-biopsies, stool studies will find your answer. Am concerned with your weight loss-voluntary? ...Read more
Constantly nauseas with no vomitting and also getting alot of bowel movement and have to use bathroom atleast 3-4 times a day for the last 2 weeks?
Gall Bladder?: This type of presentation could mean your gall bladder is not functioning properly. However, there are other things like ulcers or gastritis that could be causing you problems. I would document when the nausea is happening in regards to time of day and food intake. Get this evaluated with this info in hand. ...Read more
For the last week, nearly constant nausea particularly with head mvmt, odd dizzy sensation, palps, no vomiting. Anxiety? Usually not this intense..
BVVP: You probably have what is know as Benign positional paroxysmal vertigo. Dizziness with motion , change in position of head and bending over, associated with nausea, can come and go, due to inner ear problem. Usually resolves on its own but cannot determine when. If sounds right try epley's maneuver . ...Read more
No: The Gardasil cervical cancer vaccine does not cause constant nausea and vomiting. Such symptoms should be evaluated by a primary care doctor to see what the real cause is, such as a stomach virus infection, strep throat, medicine effects, toxin effects, etc... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Constant nausea for a week now Occasional vomiting Pain in ab chest back & shoulder Headaches & lightheaded Am waiting to have gallbladder out?
Call your doctor: or your surgeon to inform them of your issues. I am assuming that you have diagnosed gallstones or gallbladder disease, as you wrote that you are waiting for surgery. Avoid fried, fatty & greasy foods. Ask your doctor for nausa medicine. Go to an ER if your problems warrant it. ...Read more
Constant stabbing pain in lower left back. No fever nausea or vomiting or fatigue. Would get stabbing pain off and on the past few months.what is wron?
Unclear: This may be a muscular problems as it is what it sounds like. It can also be a pinched nerve. An exam can help tell the difference.Are you an athlete.?does what you do aggravate it at work or play? Do you sleep on your abdomen. All of these can aggravate the problem.See your doctor soon. Best wishes in this regard. ...Read more
I have gallbladder disease with an ER of 14%. I occasionally have nausea and vomiting. My concern is that I always feel hungry and the need to eat constantly. Hair loss as well. Thyroid checked out fine. Could it be from the gallbladder?
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