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Is it normal to feel nauseous after eating?

Is it normal to feel nauseous after eating?

No: Though common, this is not normal. This is a common symptom and can be caused by a multitude of diseases such as ulcers, gallstones, celiac disease, irritable bowel and others. ...Read more

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Daily Headaches. 3 migraines in 3 weeks. Feel Nauseous after eating sometimes. Have vomited 3/4 times in 3 weeks. Normal temp. Body pains. Thoughts?

Daily Headaches.  3 migraines in 3 weeks.  Feel Nauseous after eating sometimes. Have vomited 3/4 times in 3 weeks. Normal temp. Body pains. Thoughts?

Headaches: You seem to have two types of headaches-migraine and the daily headaches which may be muscle contraction tension headaches which may be accompanied by nausea. The vomiting is concerning however. In view of all of these symptoms I recommend that you be evaluated by a neurologist for workup, diagnosis and proper treatment. Referral for stress management therapy may be advised. ...Read more

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Just got diagnosed with hashimotos, been getting nauseous after eating gluten food, never been gluten intolerant before. Is this normal ?

Just got diagnosed with hashimotos, been getting nauseous after eating gluten food, never been gluten intolerant before. Is this normal ?

Nausea & Hypothyroid: 24 year old lady with recent diagnosis of Hashimotos Thyroiditis now with nausea that she attributes to gluten. Studies show that Hashimoto's thyroiditis can cause goiter and swelling of the throat, and hypothyroidism. What were the findings on your physical exam? If your Hashimoto's causes hypothyroidism and it were the cause of your nausea, treating the underlying prob would help. ...Read more

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Chronic pericarditis. Have worse pain and nausea after eating. Have read that this can be normal for pericarditis? Why, how does eating affect heart?

Chronic pericarditis. Have worse pain and nausea after eating. Have read that this can be normal for pericarditis? Why, how does eating affect heart?

Shared nerves: The eating is not likely to actually affect your heart. Pericarditis is an inflammation of the membrane or sac around the heart, rarely affecting the heart itself. In any event, there is a network of nerves known as the vagal trunk that provides nerve supply to the pericardium and also to the stomach and small intestine, so things that affect the digestive system may be felt in the chest. ...Read more

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Im always feeling dizzy, nauseous.Lightheaded. I took my blood sugar test after eating a goid meal was 5.7. Is it normal or too low? Blood tests r good

Im always feeling dizzy, nauseous.Lightheaded. I took my blood sugar test after eating a goid meal was 5.7. Is it normal or too low? Blood tests r good

Normal but,,: Apparently, this is in normal range as the measurement is in mmol/l instead of mg/dl. Your result of 5.7 is in normal range but it usually gets higher after a meal. This and your symptoms could mean low sugar or hypoglycemia and it could have been much lower before you ate. It's a good idea to see a doctor right away for a fasting sugar test and diet management. Best of luck. ...Read more

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I have Crohn's (in remission and on imuran), and for the past month I have felt nauseous after eating (sometimes) and feeling full sooner than normal when eating. No change in bowel habits. Worried...

I have Crohn's (in remission and on imuran), and for the past month I have felt nauseous after eating (sometimes) and feeling full sooner than normal when eating. No change in bowel habits. Worried...

Complex situation: Your question raises interesting issues, and there are a number of possible explanations. The nausea could be related to worsening of your crohn's, or a side effect of imuran, (azathioprine) or related to a new problem, such as gastritis (inflammation of the stomach, a trial of antacid medication - Omeprazole or ranitidine - might help), or other complications of crohn's. Needs evaluation by your doctor. ...Read more

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1 year back pain uppr spine, nausea, lower rt side ab pain after eating. test show born w/o gallbladder, hyda scn ruled out sphi. of oddi, normal ct?

1 year back pain uppr spine, nausea, lower rt side ab pain after eating.  test show born w/o gallbladder, hyda scn ruled out sphi. of oddi, normal ct?

Born without GB????: what do you mean when you say born without gallbladder the ultrasound could not see it or CT scan did not showed it or it did not get visualized by HIDA scan absence of gallbladder is very rare you might be having inter hepatic GB that mean it is covered completely by the liver you need an endoscopy p/o ERCP if you did not have one and consult with GI or surgeon . ...Read more

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Experiencing burning in abdonem, arms and lower back, as well as nausea since reducing mirtazapine. Worse after eating? Normal side effect?

Experiencing burning in abdonem, arms and lower back, as well as nausea since reducing mirtazapine. Worse after eating? Normal side effect?

Discontinuation: Sudden abrupt discontinuation of any serotonergic drug may result in GI symptoms, muscular pain or weakness, neurological symptoms such as headaches and feeling like electrical shocks are passing through the body, restlessness, agitation and moodiness. Most of these types of meds should be gradually tapered and not suddenly stopped. ...Read more

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Hello my gf has taken the plan b pill and is experiencing dizziness and bad headaches and nausea after eating and also has had some bad mood swings for a couple days and i was just wondering if all this is normal and if you know when these side effects sh

Hello my gf has taken the plan b pill and is experiencing dizziness and bad headaches and nausea after eating and also has had some bad mood swings for a couple days and i was just wondering if all this is normal and if you know when these side effects sh

Brain fog, leaky gut: nausea after eating indicates possible gut problems (low stomach acid, leaky gut). The headaches and dizziness can result from brain fog caused by the same process. It is important to look at diet (avoid gluten, GMOs) and possible foods you are sensitive to. An elimination diet or functional medicine practitioner can help. Repeated brain insults can lead to neurodegeneration ...Read more