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Do Tums Help Nausea
Sudden nausea out of nowhere throughout the day, only waiting it out helps. Tums don't help. Waking up in the night sometimes, what are the causes?
Rule out pregnancy: There are many, many causes of nausea. In women with nausea, the first and easiest thing to check is whether you are pregnant. Vitamins and birth control pills can cause nausea. If it is persisting more than a few days, see your doctor for a check up. ...Read moreGet help now ›
Nausea before and after eating, terrible acid, nighttime vomiting. Tums useless, famotidine helps a little. It's been weeks. Help?
Check gallbladder: You should see your doctor. I would most likely start with an ultrasound of the gallbladder. ...Read moreGet help now ›
The past 4 or 5 days i've been experiencing nausea and headaches when i eat. Tums and Zantac don't help, and it is worse at night. Help? Not pregnant
Nausea, headaches: There are many possibilities. You may have an infection or reaction to something you are using or substance you are taking or exposed to. Best to see your doctor for a check up about this problem. ...Read moreGet help now ›
Heartburn. .indigestion. .nausea.. stomach gas and then I vomit EVERYTIME its time for bed.. water helps alittle.. (33wks) takes Zofran & tums.. help!
Elevate bed: Elevate the head of your bed. Avoid spivey foods and caffeine. Simethicone can help. Frequent small meals but nothing for about 3 hours before bed. All of these can help and remember that it will end and will all be worth it when you are holding that beautiful baby. ...Read moreGet help now ›
Having nausea side-effect with Lexapro even if taken with food. Can i take Tums or another antacid to address?
N: That is a good first choice of tx. Make sure you feel completely normal before retaking it. ...Read moreGet help now ›
Why do I get nausea every night? Me and my body are getting tired of having to take pepto bismol or Tums to deal with it, just to sleep. :(
Gastritis or GERD: I suspect you may have either gastritis (inflammation of the stomach lining) or gerd (gastroesophageal reflux disease or acid reflux). Diet (caffeine, chocolate, alcohol), tobacco, medications (ibuprofen for example), and infections (h. Pylori) can all be possible causes for the inflammation. I would suggest you see your primary care doctor to discuss symptoms and possible treatment options. ...Read moreGet help now ›
Went to bed with terrible stomach pain and nausea. I took two Tums and two extra strength Tylenol. I woke up at midnight still in terrible pain so I took 4 ibuprofen. Then I woke up at 2am and was still feeling miserable so I took a xanax. I fell back
No ibuprofen: Could be indigestion caused by increased acid in your digestive tract. Ibruprofen, naprosyn, advil- all of the class of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory agents, would be the wrong choice for medication. Try alka selzer, baking soda or water or peptobismal. If persists, ER visit might be indicated as there might be something going on such as appendicitis or an acute problem in your abdomen. ...Read moreGet help now ›
Light brown/yellowish stool for week or so, indigestion, pain in lower stomach, nausea, pain in sides, have acid reflux, been taking Tums frequently, some pain in upper & lower back, pain in neck.
Need to be examined: Sounds like you have several problems and I doubt they are all related. I could give you a list of all the possible causes of any of your complaints but it won't be helpful. A physician would listen to your complaints, take a history of past medical problems and ask you numerous pointed questions to point towards a diagnosis. He would then examen you. All of which we cannot do here on HT. ...Read moreGet help now ›
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