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Constantly Nauseous Not Pregnant
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
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
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
Can my pregnant wife take lactobacillus acidolphus to help treat her slow digestion and constant nausea?
Yes: But it probably will not help the nausea. The OB vitamins recommended by her OB are the best source of treeatment. ...Read more
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
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
Nausea in pregnancy, I am 11 weeks and headaches, nausea and constant tiredness. What helps water makes it worse?
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
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
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
My friend had protected sex a week ago, and is now experiencing constant cramping and mood swings, sometimes nausea and bloating. Can she be pregnant?
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
I have 2 cysts in left/2 ruptured cysts in right. Not pregnant. Having back pain, fatigue and nausea constantly. No apetite. Should I worry?
Concerned, yes.: If your symptoms started after the cysts on you right ovary ruptured, they may be a result of the irritation that the material from the cysts has caused in your abdominal cavity. Treatment is symptomatic: OTC pain medications, relative rest, heating pad and a light diet. If you get increasing abdominal pain, fever, bloating or vomiting, you should seek treatment promptly. Sorry for all this. ...Read more
I'm 37 weeks and one day pregnant, lately I've been having constant nausea, acid reflux, headaches, hot flashes, and loose stools, impending labor?
Probably not: Please call your OB to discuss as your OB knows you, could be a viral infection and common to get nausea, ht burn at the end which there are otc meds u can take for this, let your OB decide but I rec seeing your OB before the weekend. ...Read more
Constant nausea (not pregnant), pains from my belly button down, constantly hungry. Had scope; stomach is healthy, no ulcers. Please help! Thanks?
It is brain: That is affected because it depends on signals to and fro between body organs and control mechanisms in the lower part of the brain. Commonest cause is sugary stuff in diet. That explains why all the tests are negative. The search is in the wrong place. It is biochemical in its actions and sugar will create secondary vitamin b deficiency. ...Read more
Constant nausea n dizzy. I am midway into 2nd pack bcp. Blood test five weeks after last encounter n hCG levels are less than 2.Can I still be pregnant?
Not likely: If you have been taking the pills and pregnancy test is negative, you are not pregnant. The nausea may be from the pills. Please consult your doctor to try a different formulation. ...Read more
If I'm not pregnant, what would explain these symptoms? Fatigue, nausea, vomiting, constant urination, metallic taste?
Infection?: You may have a urinary tract infection that is pretty severe. There are other possibilities, like diabetes. It also depends on how long you have been having this. However, without getting seen and checked in person with the appropriate testing, you cannot be diagnosed properly, or treated! So get checked pretty darn quick! ...Read more
Constant nausea. Have to keep food in my stomach or I get really sick. Shaky, dizzy, horrible headaches. Not pregnant. No gall bladder. Seen a gi.
Last had unprotected sex with husband on May 7th. Have vomited once, constantly have nausea, weight gain, lactated once, sore nipples, am I pregnant??
Pt: Get a pregnancy test and find out ...Read more
For the past 2 weeks I've had constant headaches, a bad taste in my mouth, nausea and sweating at night. No medications or pregnancy. What is this?
See a doctor: Hi. That could be any number of things. We'd just be guessing out here in internet-land. Please go see your doctor for a real, in person evaluation. Good luck, and I hope you feel better soon! ...Read more
38weeks pregnant. Bad tummy ache, constant bowel movements 3/4 times a day, nausea, and gassy. What can be the cause of this?
Does pcos give off pregnancy like symptoms? Like sore breast and enlarged, constant need to wee and feeling nausea and sensitive to smells.
Why am I having nose bleeds, constant dizziness, nausea, vomiting, and constant fatigue? 27 yr old female, not pregnant
Many possibilities: Impossible to answer and most likely nothing bad, but, that combination can be a sign of some bad things. I would strongly recommend you see your primary care doctor asap! ...Read more
Uterus expanding: While your initial nausea was from hormones, this nausea is more likely due to expansion of your uterus pushing on all of your intestines and stomach, making you nauseated. Anti-nausea medications may help with this, but you need a prescription from OB. Also try eating small but frequent meals to avoid reflux and overfilling the stomach at any one time. Only two more months! BTW, congratulations! ...Read more
Many medications: See your ob/gyn or midwife for more advice on treating nausea while pregnant. There are lots of medications such as zofran, reglan (metoclopramide), promethazine, phenergan, and dimenhydrazine. But you can start with over the counter medications like benadryl (diphenhydramine) and vitaming B6/pyridoxine. Ginger also good! ...Read more
Anytime!: The nausea and food cravings can began as early as the first trimester and can last throughout your entire pregnancy. Unfortunately every woman may experience these things at different time or be at all. Most typically however- May began experiencing the nausea at the beginning of there pregnancy if at all. ...Read more
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