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Nausea Feel Better After Eating
Weak everyday...loss of appetite...nausea... Feel better after eating sometimes but illness returns after a while and I'm shaky plus gas?
Need: Full evaluation and possible laboratory work up ...Read more
Upper left stomach pain. Sharp. Radiates down lower. Pain lasts for a few seconds at a time. Bouts of nausea. Thirsty. Feel better after eating. Ideas?
Several reasons: One of most common causes is nausea from gastroesophageal reflux. Sometimes psychological reasons. Allergy to certain foods can also be porblem.Pregnancy related nausea usually occurs during first and third trimeters. Of course flu and gastroenteritis can be factors. If persistent seek advice of physician. ...Read more
Nausea: 2 areas to look at are the stomach and gallbladder. Fatty foods stimulate the gallbladder which can cause pain of nausea. Gastritis can cause nausea after eating also but is related more to gastric distention. Try a liquid antacid and see if this helps. You may need a sonogram of the abdomen. ...Read more
Stomach: This could represent gastritis, stomach ulcer or poor digestion. This can be brought on by stress and anxiety. You may need to work on those issues. In the meantime, try some antacids and you might want to try some food enzymes with meals to assist digestion. Probiotics to eliminate lower bowel gas and see your doctor if the problem persists despite these measures. ...Read more
Find symptom's cause: Nausea/vomiting may be GI-related (food poisoning, peptic disease, gastroparesis, due to biliary & pancreatic disease, gas/bloat syndrome, small bowel problems). Consider "central" causes: motion sickness, vertigo, migraine headache, brain problems (some very serious). Also, rule out infection (? urinary tract), medication side effects, pregnancy, even reaction to stress. Find & treat cause. ...Read more
Penalty of excess:
Of course excess of anything, food, drink, or
medicine can cause side effects. Nausea
tops the list. ...Read more
Why do I have nausea after eating for the last year, feel as if I could 'be sick' immediately after I eat?
Please seek medical: Evaluation for this symptom. In the meantime, recommend eating smaller meals. Ginger can help with nausea. You can drink slightly flattened ginger ale or nibble on crystallized ginger. Or pour boiling water over freshly sliced organ ginger & steep x 5 min in a covered pot. Sip. ...Read more
What could cause nausea after eating every time she eats for days at a time but then it will subside for days at a time as well?
Anxiety: Is state of tension, apprehension, worry, uneasiness or fear. It may be related to anticipated danger or arise for no apparent reason. While mild episodes of anxiety are common and do not usually require treatment, more severe forms can be chronic and debilitating. Symptoms of severe anxiety: insomnia, chest pain, nausea, palpitations, tremors, and parasthesia. ...Read more
What can cause persistent nausea in middle of night many hours after eating? This has been a persistent problem for several months.
Can pleurisy (already dx) cause pain assoc with eating? Pain worse after food. Not so bad if eat very small amts. Nausea also bad. Little appetite.
Ginger: A simple way to v nausea is w ginger. You can drink slightly flattened ginger ale or nibble on crystallized ginger. Or pour boiling water over freshly sliced organic ginger & steep at least 5 min in a covered pot. Sip. Aromatherapy: sweet orange (citrus sinensis), peitigrain (citrus reticulata), mandarin (citrus reticulata) are different citrus scents that can v nausea. ...Read more
Needs evaluation: You are a young person and it is somewhat unusual to have this symptom. It could be suggestive of inflammation in stomach or the next portion called duodenum, it may be associated with poor motility (movement) of the food in intestine because of multiple causes. If it is happening for a while associated with or without weight loss, I suggest you follow up with your doctor. ...Read more
A few things: If she is nauseated after eating it can be from a gastritis (inflammation of the stomach), viral, intestinal related, constipation, food intolerances, or other things. See your doctor but track what she is eating since it is related to food. The most common intolerance are from gluten and dairy. Try doing an elimination diet of them to see if this helps. Also consider a probiotic if is gi. ...Read more