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Feeling Nausea Constantly
Many things: There are around 5 systems in the body that affect the nausea response. Your balance system in your ear. Mechanical problems with your digestive track. Many medications can trigger nausea. Hormone imbalances as well as heart problems . Increased pressure in your brain can also cause nausea. ...Read more
Feeling waves of nausea constantly. (Not pregnant) and muscle spams on left side above ear and headaches in the same area. Should I be concerned?
See your physician: These symptoms may represent sinus issues, a specific kind of headache or other neurological condition. You should keep a log of the location, timing, duration, characteristic, and intensity of these episodes and take the log with you to your physician. You might be referred to a neurologist or ENT physician. http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/000647.htm ...Read more
Ginger: If this is a chronic medical problem - please seek medical assessment. A simple way to reduce nausea is with ginger. You can drink slightly flattened ginger ale or nibble on crystallized ginger. Or pour boiling water over freshly sliced organic ginger & steep x 5 min in a covered pot. Sip. ...Read more
For 3weeks I've had lightheadedness, headaches and slight nausea. The floaty feeling is almost constant. What could be causing this?
See a local doctor: There are many causes of these symptoms, pregnancy being one, and reaction to medications, anxiety, viruses as well as a plethora of neurological problems. Start with the most probable, is pregnancy possible, if so test for it. If medication or food intolerance, check for it too. If you still cannot determine the cause, see a local doctor. You can purchase a seasick pill over the counter to try. ...Read more
Headache - worsens throughout the day for the past 4 days. Intermittent nausea and constant feeling as if the floor is bouncing slightly. Any ideas??
9 dpo& im constantly feeling bloated. I barely want to eat. An when i do eat, i can only eat a little. I have on& off nausea as well. What could it be?
Pregnancy?: If you had unprotected sex (no contraceptives) from the day before you ovulated to three days after, you could be pregnant. Women often have subtle symptoms even before a missed period. OTC pregnancy tests can pick up the pregnancy hormone HCG as early as 7-10 days after conception. If pregnancy is possible, do the test. Keep in mind that a simple G.I. upset can also cause similar symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Complicated question: I am sorry to hear of your condition. I would recommend that you see the doctor that knows you best and write down answers to the following: what do you mean by dizziness? Vertigo (a hallucination of movement), lightheadedness with a change in posture, imbalance during walking... Does the nausea and/or shortness of breath connect with the dizziness? Any relation to the meds? Response to zofran (ondansetron)? ...Read more
I feel mild nausea 24/7 and have done for about a year, feeling is constant and take nothing for it...Could it be a mild infection?
Nausea: All the time is difficult but many times the source can be identified. Think back to any new medications or supplements you started at the time it began. Antibiotics are common contributors if used chronically for acne. Talk to your doctor. Gerd is another possibility. Sometimes and egd is done to check the stomach and esophagus lining. ...Read more
Hello, I'm a 19 year old male and constantly get the feeling like I need to heave, No nausea just the urge to dry reach. Extremely annoying ?
Need a chk: so your doctor can check your liver and kidney function ...Read more
Chronic nausea (2months straight ) zig ran helps some but still comes back I'm constantly feeling bad. Not sure what type of specialist to see. ?
Chronic nausea: Many conditions can cause chronic nausea. I assume you take Zegerid for possible GERD. But other conditions can cause nausea as well, including metabolic diseases like diabetes, motility problems like gastroparesis, and functional GI disease like dyspepsia. A GI can help you discover the cause of your symptoms. ...Read more
Pressure in both temples (constant pressing feeling) and shooting pains at intervals thruout day in right temple. On and off slight nausea. ?
Every morning I wake up to nausea and feeling like I am going to throw up. I don't get sick but it is constantly every day for the past 4 days.
See your doctor: thats not normal and requires a thorough check up. Don't delay. ...Read more
Waking up feeling sick a lot. seems like my body is constantly fighting some illness. Sometimes slight fever. Sometimes nausea. Last bloodwork clean?
What causes a constant feeling of nausea, pain on upper right side of abdomon that radiates 2 back. Burning sensations that run up and down abdomon & really bad acid reflux. All occurring for over 6 months?
Can worrying too much and anxiety cause nausea? I have OCD and fear of death and hypochondria and I'm constantly feeling nauseous which worries me
Yes: An ulcer can cause the symptoms described above. See your doctor for an evaluation about this possibility. ...Read more
I had a cholecystectomy a few weeks ago. Was feeling better; now have sharp pain in my upper left abdomen and constant nausea. Is this normal?
No: But not necessarily something to worry about. It could just be some post op issue still resolving. Although less likely, it could be something getting worse (infection, bile duct stone, bile leak) best to see your surgeon and follow up. He/she should be able to rule this out with some questions, an exam and possibly some images. Post op visits are free! ...Read more
I have been experiencing constant (unending) nausea and a sick feeling in my stomach for over a year. I have ruled out h. pylori. What could it be?
- Talk to a doctor online
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