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What Is The Best Treatment For Moderate Nausea
Start with PCP: Your primary care doctor can evaluate for a cause of your nausea, treat to give you some relief, and may want to order some tests. Depending on the cause, your pcp may be able to manage all of your care, or may recommend you also see a specialist later on, but pcp can definitely get you started & on the right track. ...Read more
For the last few days I have a bad sour taste in my mouth and mild to moderate nausea. What do I do?
Water brash: Sounds like you have some stomach acid refluxing into your throat, which is sometimes called "water brash." if it is mild, it may settle down with otc antacids such as tums, mylanta, and/or pepcid (famotidine). If not improving with otcs or if it lasts for more than 2 weeks on otc meds, see your doctor for further evaluation and prescription treatment. ...Read more
Not uncommon: Some people are very sensitive to the feelings of their intestines moving and that is likely what is happening in your case. If this is normal for you, it is usually nothing to worry about ...Read more
Can GERD cause moderate nausea from not eating and several hours after eating cause stomach/intestinal spasms and pain (without any sxs of heartburn)?
Possibly IBS: You possibly have a condition called irritable bowel syndrome, but i can't be sure since I do not know how long have you had this. Irritable bowel is a very common illness and occurs more often in female. Gerd typically causes "heartburn" symptoms and you should get some relief with pepcid/tums/prilosec etc.. If these are new symptoms and treatment above don't help, consult doc. Good luck. ...Read more
Tsh .007 means my Synthroid (thyroxine) needs lowered but I have had moderate nausea over a week and not a symptom hyperthyroid not preg/flu/sick this concerning?
Do threadworms cause bloating, nausea and dizziness? What's the best course of treatment for an adult? And should my dog be treated at the same time?
The one that works : The best medicine will be the one that works for you. There are plenty of antimausea medication- from compazine, reglan, phenergan, (promethazine) ondansetron, steroids etc. Ginger also can help prevent/treat nausea. The most important here is for you to be proactive - take it before you vomit. Once you vomit- it will be hard for you to swallow any medication. Talk to your doc to give you any of the above. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Started my cpap treatment 2 weeks ago now and getting some benefits, or at least the wife is. Anyway I have been getting a lit of nausea during the day since starting. Is it related?
Is fluconazole a dangerous medicine? I have been feeling nausea after i started it. And I have 2 times left of the treatment
Possible: Fluconazole can cause your liver to react adversely to it, however, any part of your gastrointestinal tract can do it too. Also, i see you take Lamictal and zoloft (sertraline). Interaction between these may be the culprit likewise. I would suggest you give it another trial and if the same thing happen, call your doc and get an alternative. ...Read more
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