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Nausea is the sensation of having an urge to vomit.
Lots of things.: Are you pregnant? Could be inflammation of esophagus, stomach, duodenum, ulcer of stomach or duodenum, less likely pancreatic problem. Unlikely other causes, metabolic, neurologic. See your doc, get checked. ...Read more
Pain ULQ, Chest, & Back past 2 yrs. Lipase High 65 (13-60) Amylase 101 (25-115). What does this mean? Nausea, Headaches, Fatigue..no drinking/no smoke
Hard to say: Upper Left Quadrant Chest Back pain for 2 years with slightly elevated lipase is nonspecific. I would suggest a CT scan if not already done. See your doctor as soon as you can. ...Read more
Not recommended: Belladonna is commercially available over-the-counter (otc) for short-term use as "earache tablets" and as a "leg cramp" preparation. Belladonna can not be recommended otc as an anti-emetic, nor without physician oversight or prescription would safe dosing be possible. If you have nausea that persists, the list of possible diagnoses is very long. Please get check rather than self-medicating. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Everytime i eat a meal about 10 minutes after , i feel nauseas for at least 45 minuets , what could be causing this and how could i treat it?
Gastritis or GERD: Assuming you're not pregnant, nausea is usually caused by upper GI problems like gastritis or acid reflux disease. You can try modifying your diet, using ginger tea or taking otc meds for a few days. If symptoms persist, see your healthcare provider for proper evaluation and treatment. ...Read more
Was in ER, treated for dehydration,nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and abdominal pain. Now taking Cipro for 2 days, symptoms still here. What could it be?
Gastroenteritis: You probably have a viral illness and Cipro will not help. Symptomatic care would be more helpful which includes rehydration with electrolyte containing fluids as well as a bland diet ...Read more
Prevent, diet, meds: First try to prevent nausea by avoiding strong foods and aromas. Eat a cracker each hour while awake with the first before you get out of bed. Ginger, vitamin b6 (25 mg four times a day) "sea bands" help. Motion sickness medications and stronger anti-nausea meds may be prescribed. If severe vomiting occurs it is called hyperemesis gravidarum and may require IV fluids, meds and hospitilization. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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