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Feeling Sick After Eating And Drinking
May have reflux: See your doctor to find out if you have reflux food allergies or other abdominal issues. Some people have to avoid lactose and others glutein so it is hard to know without reviewing this with your doctor and getting a physical exam and possible work up. Even pregnancy can cause this. Hope you feel better soon. ...Read more
What symptoms ?: Your question is too nonspecific & offers no information about your symptoms, signs, risks. "gi problems" run the spectrum from cancer to infection, inflammation, ischemia, metabolic disorders, motility issues, malabsorption/ maldigestion, stress, & even problems outside the GI tract. Please help with more info--happy to assist if we know what "feeling sick" means to you & in what context. ...Read more
Bloating: I would recommend you start with a Dietitian. If you can, please have the dietitian come to your house and help you find the good and not so good food! May take a while to get things under control but things should work out very well. Please let me know how things are going. ...Read more
Help: You haven't asked a question, but the description of your symptoms begs an answer. Will anyone help me?. I can't begin to guess what specific problems you have, nor what you should do. I don't know if you are getting the right treatment or seeing the right doctor. What i can tell you is. Do not give up. The key to overcoming in life is to stay in the race. There is help, and answers to find. ...Read more
Drug interaction?: This is not unusual if you've had 3 drinks or more; at that dose alcohol is very hazardous to your health.This is your body warning you not to drink so much. You could get seriously injured in a fall. If you feel this way after just a drink or two, that's unusual ; a sign you're very sensitive to the effects of alcohol.Again, take it as a sign to not drink.It could be due to atenolol- see comment:. ...Read more
Don't drink them: Replace the energy drinks with something else that don't make you feel sick. In general, water is always the best drink. ...Read more
Where is it sore?: And how much alcohol? Which spicy food? How long ago between when you ate, drank and onset of symptoms? Were you having any vomiting or diarrhea earlier?these are the questions that would help me better understand the nature of your problem. Without this information I'm afraid my advice won't be very specific.I do suggest though, that if the pain persists or is over the right upper abdomen,CMD2Day ...Read more
Lately i get really cold, lethargic, and lightheaded before meal times. After eating i feel better for a few hours. Not overweight, eat healthy.?
May be hypoglycemia: These symptoms could well be due to hypoglycemia, which is low blood sugar. To confirm this you should have your blood sugar tested when having symptoms and/or do a glucose tolerance test. The treatment is to avoid sugars/simple carbs and to eat more frequently. Whatever the cause, these symptoms warrant evaluation by a doctor. See http://www.Umm.Edu/altmed/articles/hypoglycemia-000090.Htm. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No appetite due to nausea after eating. Acid like feeling after eating bland food or drinking water. Nausea on and off. Ongoing for 2 weeks.
Gastric acid reflux: Hello Carla, The most common cause of the symptoms you describe is gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), commonly known as heart burn. Consider trying over the counter ranitidine, omeprazole, Tums (calcium carbonate) or Maalox. Avoid foods that worsen your symptoms. Pregnancy could also cause similar symptoms, so make sure you take a pregnancy test. If these measures don't help, see your primary care for testing. ...Read more
No Ice For You!!: Take the tequila out of those margaritas and you'll do fine.Or,rum out of those daiquiris?Short of that,or maybe quinine in tonic or a host of other ingredients you may be sensitive to-let's assume it happens just with ice water(and it's not from the Ganges),then you may be having what's called a"vagal"response from the back of your throat.It's a nerve that, when pissed off,can make life miserable ...Read more
Burning throat: Greetings. The burning may be due to reflux. If you suffer from heartburn or GERD, then tums or a medication like Zantac (ranitidine) may be of help. Pharyngitis coming from a virus could be the cause and Tylenol/Motrin could help. See your doctor for confirmation. Good Luck. ...Read more
I have started to feel nausea and worse after eating. My blood pressure is low. Why am I feeling really nausea after eating each meal.
Multiple causes: Some type of obstruction is at the top of the list which might be identified by endoscopy or barium GI study. Reflux, heartburn (non-ulcer dyspepsia), and irritable bowel syndrome are all potential causes. Inflammatory or infectious causes like gall bladder or peptic ulcer disease can cause. There are also metabolic, neurological, psychogenic causes. Only course is careful eval by your doctor. ...Read more
Feeling full after having a small meal. Also feeling nauseous after eating. Not vomiting or having fever. Bowl movements are normal.
Let's: Hope there is nothing obstructing your stomach emptying, see gastroenterologist if they persist. ...Read more
I have been suffering for weeks from feeling of diahrea and vomiting accompanying bad mood swings after eating especially after eating diary products.
See doctor: See your pcp for exam and proper diagnosis. Meantime, eliminate dairy products as much as possible. Hope this helps. Good luck. ...Read more
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