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Home Remedies For Mild Nausea
Body temp was 96.8 hour after 97.1 .mild nausea,achy body. Are these numbers cause for concern? I have normal thyroid function. Other causes?
96.8, 97.1: They are not usually causes for concern. Please give your doctor a call to clarify. ...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
Headache/Nausea: Headache is a most common symptom patients experience. It is very difficult to assess first hand which one is serious and which one is the common type. When nausea is truly associated withe headache it may point towards the serious side of the spectrum. The ends of the spectrum would be migraine and a space occupying lesion such as brain tumors or aneurysm. Seek medical consultation! ...Read more
I have pain on the back of my neck that radiates to some parts of my left shoulder. I've been getting mild nausea too lately.What could be causing it?
Be seen: There are many causes of this and cannot be adequately diagnosed from your question. ...Read more
Nausea, burping: Many things can cause those symptoms. Pregnancy frequently causes nausea in women, so if sexually active, check a pregnancy test. Often, gastritis (stomach irritation) can do it. Avoid spicy, acidic and carbonated foods and drinks. A bacteria called h.pylori can cause stomach ulcers/gastritis, and can be tested for easily by your Dr. First, try an antacid pill. If that doesn't work, see a Dr. ...Read more
Fell in tub yest. Hit head and went to er given tetanus and dr glued cut on head. Feel just yuck and mild nausea and little appetite. Ok or return?
I have persistent mild nausea multiple times in a day but no urge to vomit. I drink plenty of water but it doesn't help. What should I do?
Hello, I have been experiencing hunger pains after eating for about a week now with mild nausea. What illness could this be?
See your doc.: It may not be hunger necessarily but the abdominal pain you're describing could be associated somewhere within your GI tract, and could be associated with acid reflux or even your gallbladder. Given the vagueness of the details, I would see your primary care doctor and discuss it more thoroughly. ...Read more
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