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I'm 1 month pregnant and have constant nausea that makes it hard to eat anything. How long does this last and what can I do to stop it?

I'm 1 month pregnant and have constant nausea that makes it hard to eat anything. How long does this last and what can I do to stop it?

Call your doctor: The nausea and vomiting of pregnancy usually peaks at about 10 to 12 weeks gestation, so you may get worse before you get better. There are many effective and safe medications that your doctor can prescribe - call or see your doctor for a prescription. In the mean time keep yourself well hydrated, that will help your nausea as well. ...Read more

Dr. Ira Katz
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Constant nausea and feeling of being choked. I always feel sick and it's causing me to not even want to eat. I'm not pregnant.

See Doctor: If seems like you have dysphagia (trouble swallowing). Your symptoms are GI in nature and absolutely should be evaluated by a gastroenterologist. A scope may be necessary to rule out gastritis or infection or other issues. Important to see a doc. ...Read more

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Constant nausea for a month. Only feel relief when eat or drink. Comes back hour or so later. Not pregnant. No meds. No diet change. ?

Constant nausea for a month. Only feel relief when eat or drink. Comes back hour or so later. Not pregnant. No meds. No diet change. ?

Follow up: followup with provider to see what is bothering you. You could have stomach ulcers, gallbladder disease, H pylori Provider can do tests to rule out diseases ...Read more

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I have an IUD (2.5 years) but have several pregnancy symptoms, especially constant nausea. Several negative hpt's later still not sure what's wrong?

I have an IUD (2.5 years) but have several pregnancy symptoms, especially constant nausea. Several negative hpt's later still not sure what's wrong?

IUD type?: Some iud's contain hormone that is dispensed over a defined period of time and need to be changed if they are expired. A pregnancy in the fallopian tube can also cause your symptoms and have a negative otc pregnancy test. Have a gyn md examine you and perform a more accurate blood pregnancy test. ...Read more

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I am not pregnant but having constant morning and evening nausea with no pain. I have sle. Any thoughts?

I am not pregnant but having constant morning and evening nausea with no pain. I have sle. Any thoughts?

What is your SLE: To answer it we need to know your sle manifestations. Things to consider are lupus involvement in you . Neurological could do it, gastrointestinal etc. But remember just because you have sle does not mean these symptoms are due to sle. One thing to consider is gallstones. Your physician will be able to help clarify this. ...Read more

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8wks pregnant and get overwhelmed and start crying bcs I'm constantly hungry.even after eating I feel hunger pains.of it's not that it's nausea.why?

8wks pregnant and get overwhelmed and start crying bcs I'm constantly hungry.even after eating I feel hunger pains.of it's not that it's nausea.why?

Hormones: The high hormone levels of pregnancy often cause women to become more emotional and cry easily especially if this wasn't a planned pregnancy. We treat the nausea of early pregnancy with frequent small meals. Nausea happens if your stomach gets completely empty or over full. It sounds like you are having completely normal symptoms of early pregnancy. Best wishes. Hope this helps. ...Read more

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If im not pregnant what is the reasoning for the increased appetite , heavy fatigue and constant nausea ?

If im not pregnant what is the reasoning for the increased appetite , heavy fatigue and constant nausea ?

Many causes: You have three separate problems which may be related. Pregnancy may be a cause, though often decreased appetite is seen. Thyroid problems, depression or anxiety, and stomach or bowel issues may be causing your symptoms. You should see your doctor for a full history (including review of symptoms) and physical examination to look for treatable causes and find out what is going on. ...Read more

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17 weeks pregnant.Diarreah, increased nausea, constant urination, overly tired all the time. Is this normal?

17 weeks pregnant.Diarreah, increased nausea, constant urination, overly tired all the time. Is this normal?

Pregnancy: Nope. This is not normal. You have a significant complication or are ill. Please contact your OB urgently. ...Read more

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I'm 38 weeks 4 daus pregnant with constant cramping nausea and severe back pain? Is this a sign of labor?

Get checked: At this stage of pregnancy these symptoms could be sign of labor or a worrisome problem like fetal distress due to any reason like dehydration or cord around baby's neck or early separation of placenta. It is best to see your OB doc and get checked to make sure baby is okay. ...Read more

Dr. Stephen Noga
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