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Nausea Every Night
Nightly nausea? Every night for like the past week right when I lay down for bed I get nausea that worsens through the night but im fine in The mornin
Gastric reflux: Have your medical doctor evaluate you for gastric reflux. They can also give you pointers on how to avoid it. In the mean time try not eating anything for about 2 hours prior to bed time, especially anything containing caffeine. Do not sleep lying flat, prop your self up on a couple of pillows.
Acid reflux: This is the most common reason. Is it relieved by antacids? These symptoms can get worse so it is important to see a doctor about them. It may be as simple as taking medications to keep the acid down but let the doctor make the call.
I am starting to see a habit of nausea every night. I also have loss of appetite (i haven't ate since wednesday) and I had chills but they went away?
Seek medical care: Your symptoms could be due to a great number of factors from pregnancy to gall bladder disease. Much more information is needed to propose a diagnosis or to effect a cure. You need to be evaluated by a physician or physician extender sometime soon.
Why do I get nausea every night? Me and my body are getting tired of having to take pepto bismol or Tums (calcium carbonate) to deal with it, just to sleep. : (
Gastritis or GERD: I suspect you may have either gastritis (inflammation of the stomach lining) or gerd (gastroesophageal reflux disease or acid reflux). Diet (caffeine, chocolate, alcohol), tobacco, medications (ibuprofen for example), and infections (h. Pylori) can all be possible causes for the inflammation. I would suggest you see your primary care doctor to discuss symptoms and possible treatment options.
I have headache & nausea every night. Also have fatigue & urinate more often than usual. Don't want to go to doc unless necessary. I'm not pregnant.
Sounds necessary: Your symptoms suggest that you should see your physician. The symptoms may be due to any number of causes including diabetes, infection, headache disorder (eg migraine), electrolyte abnormalities, anemia, etc. See your physician to discuss the symptoms in detail and to undergo a physical exam. Http://www. Nlm. Nih. Gov/medlineplus/ency/article/003117.htmSee 1 more doctor answer
What to I do to get rid of nausea? I have felt nausea every night for almsot 2 weeks and I don't know what to do. I feel it in my throat and under my chin not in my stomach. Is it just a reflex or something?
It's day 8 since my gallbladder removal. I have really bad gas, indigestion and nausea and every night I throw up whatever I ate for the day. Help!?
night sweats EVERY night, nausea and fatigue. How do I know if it's perimenopause or autonomic neuropathy. I have small fiber neuropathy. 37yrs old?
Check hormones: Best if you see an endocrinologist as he or she will likely be interesting in checking your LH, FSH, estrogen and thyroid levels to ensure your ovaries are working properly. Dysautonomia is not uncommon in individals with neuropathies. Make sure you also have your vitamin and mineral levels checks and also to rule out gluten sensitivity/celiac disease. Good luck!
I work 4pm to 2am, 4 days a week. Every night at about 11pm I get really bad nausea, I haven't vomited, but always feel like I will. When I get home a?
Nauseous: You need to get examined as many causes are possible
I have had nausea for the past two or three weeks almost every night. I was wondering what could be wrong I am not pregnant I do smoke.
Night sweats every night with covers off. No nightmares. Also, a lot of day to day nausea. All been happening couple months? What could be the cause?
Night sweats...: ...can be due to infection (with fever breaking during the night). Also by endocrine problems, such as overactive thyroid. Several other possibilities as well, and any of these could cause malaise (generally feeling poorly) or nausea. This is something to see a doctor about, soon. Also consider taking your temperature 3-4 times a day for a few days, including bedtime and after night sweats.
Every night towards the evening I get nausea. It's been going on for like the past week, and 3 days ago I started with a clear discharge&cramps?
Nausea: We need to make sure you are not pregnant. Please check a home pregnancy test. It may be beneficial to get serum BHCG levels checked by your physician.
Between 7-8 every night I get a headache and nausea that won't go away what should I do? And I have an IUD so I'm not pregnant
Interesting: That your symptoms are consistently the same time of day. Make an appt and discuss with your doctor. Looking at what you do and eat all day may also provide insight into why this is happening. You can try homeopathic nux vomica daily for 7 days and see if that helps. I would still recommend you discuss it with your md.
I am waking up every night from my sleep to eat and recently nausea not pregnant and it's been happing for 2 months now feeling tired serious or no?
Waking up to eat: This could be serious. Waking up to eat is often a sign of bulemia. You need to discuss this with your doctor.
How high does epinephrine have to be to be considered a pheochromocytoma? Also, I have attacks multiple times a night (every night) with heart rates as high as 174bpm. Used to have episodes of nausea,
This question is: Really complex, and I am concerned that an answer may only make things more confusing if it is too specific. I think in situations like this a thorough history and physical by an internal medicine doctor and possibly a second opinion would be a great way to shed light on something that seems foggy. Pheochromocytoma is truly rare. There are common things that should be looked into first. Best 2 U.
Period ended two weeks ago few days ago I bled for day n half changing my tampon almost every hour it stopped staryed cramping last night bad and had nausea and vomittingng and tjen this afternoloon im bleeding again?
Changes in bleeding: This can occur for many reasons from hormonal imbalances, stress, infection, pregnancy, bleeding disorders, medical disorders, growths..... If it becomes a pattern over 3 months, then follow up with gynecologist. If associated with heavy bleeding more than a maxipad full an hour, fever, odor, chills sweats, shortness of breath, pain then follow up ASAP or ER
Every night I suffer nausea, chills or fever with out temperature, shakes and gas. But it's only at night?
Concerning: Those are symptoms that definitely raise concern. Recurrent chills and sweats raise concern on a number of topics. Rather than list a bunch of possibilities which will be impossible to narrow down in this forum I am going to say a visit to a good primary care doctor is in order. Important things to look for are fatigue, weight loss, poor appetite, muscle aches, enlarged glands, rashes, or cough.See 1 more doctor answer