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Headache - worsens throughout the day for the past 4 days. Intermittent nausea and constant feeling as if the floor is bouncing slightly. Any ideas??
I have had peircing umbilical pain x48hrs. Approx <1 inch from the left with no protrusion. Excruciating with movement, urination,coughing. It intermittently comes on while I'm doing nothing at all.I also had intermittent nausea all day yest.Every time I
I got my gallbladder removed 8 weeks ago. Now, I suffer from intermittent nausea daily and moderate pain on the right side of abdomen. My liver/pancreas labs are normal. What should I ask my gastrointestinal doctor about? Could I have sphincter of Oddi?
I have unintentional weight loss with intermittent nausea , 1 missed period heartburn, bloods/urine normal doc said come back in 2 weeks y the wait?
No need to wait: There are quite a few possibilities, but pregnancy, hormonal effects, and gastrointestinal causes could potentially be among the causes of your constellation of symptoms. Unintentional weight loss is the most concerning of your complaints, and follow-up with your doc is important. ...Read more
Intermittent nausea & vomiting. Had hida scan. Was told it was normal, but had pain & nausea when given cck. Should gallbladder still be a problem?
Part of the problem: You have induced biliary colic by CCK .it mean part of your problem could be the GB but removing it will not solve all your digestive dilemma .you have IBS ,watch what you eat ,manage your stress ,stay away from food that your body telling you that do not like ,regulate your bowels ,exercise ,eat multiple small meals, no red meat, no fry or greasy food, no spicy food.hydrate well, relax and sleep ...Read more
3 days intermittent(nausea belching left abdom discomf very constipatd tired) food n water make worse. Zantac (ranitidine) mild temp.relief.what could b diagnosis?
Intermittent nausea/vomiting for a week..The onset seems random. My boyfriend has the same thing. No other symptoms, not pregnant. What could it be?
Virus? Bad food?: It is likely that both of you have eaten some food that caused an infection or you have some virus because both of you have the same symptoms. See when the symptoms began and see if you ate something questionable in the 4-12 hours before you started the nausea and vomiting. In a healthy person, these types of infections take care of themselves. See a doctor if you can't keep any liquids down. ...Read more
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