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When will my nausea go away?

When will my nausea go away?

14 weeks: For most women nausea goes away after the first trimester, usually around 12-15 weeks. Some women have nausea longer, but it is rare to have nausea the entire pregnancy. ...Read more

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Nausea (Definition)

Nausea = abdominal upset ...Read more


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How could i make my nausea go away?

How could i make my nausea go away?

Nausea therapy: This depends on what is causing the nausea. Persistent or severe nausea needs to be evaluated by a physician. Also, women of child-bearing age can have nausea associated with pregnancy. There are anti=nausea medications that can be used but should be prescribed by a physician. ...Read more

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What can I do to make these nausea symptoms go away?

What can I do to make these nausea symptoms go away?

Ginger: Ginger ale, ginger tea and crystalized ginger may help to resolve nausea. However, please have chronic symptoms medically assessed. Take care. ...Read more

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What is the best way to deal with nausea and make it go away?

What is the best way to deal with nausea and make it go away?

What's the cause?: Distinguish pregnancy, inflammatory (ulcer, small bowel disease, gallbladder/ biliary problem, pancreatitis, uti), structural (partial obstruction, extrinsic impression against the gut (adhesions, superior mesenteric artery syndrome), functional (gastroparesis, irritable bowel), anxiety, brain problems, much more. A thorough exam ; some directed imaging studies ; labs should provide your answer. ...Read more

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Why do I have sudden waves of nausea that happen all the time but go away in a minute or two?

Why do I have sudden waves of nausea that happen all the time but go away in a minute or two?

Nausea: Nausea has a lot of causes, mainly either from gi( gastrointestinal) like gasteritis or gall bladder disease it may be from headache or migraine or ear problem like tinnitus, or vision problem which cause central center for vomiting. ...Read more

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Do doctors know of home remedies for making grannys nausea go away?

Do doctors know of home remedies for making grannys nausea go away?

Try ginger: Probably the simplest way to reduce nausea is with ginger. 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

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Bad itch won't go away, changed eating habits , have nausea at night?

Bad itch won't go away, changed eating habits , have nausea at night?

Dry Skin?: Generalized itching without skin rash most commonly caused by dry skin. Most seen in the winter and in older people, it is characterized by itching in areas of dry, scaly skin. Lab work can check if there is an underlying cause: CBC/diff, liver/renal function tests, and thyroid workup. Treat with daily moisturzation and better skin hygiene. Non-sedating antihistamines for itch. Unsure about nausea ...Read more

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I'm doing the advocare 10 day cleanse for 4 days now & the whole time I've felt nauseas & headaches that won't go away. Should I stop the cleanse?

I'm doing the advocare 10 day cleanse for 4 days now & the whole time I've felt nauseas & headaches that won't go away. Should I stop the cleanse?

No "cleansing" need: Normal human's have self-clearing (like self-cleaning) intestinal tracts. After a person eats, the food is processed and moved along from the stomach all the way to her anus, without any help or interference from him. If a person is eating a healthy, balanced diet, no colon cleansing is needed. Such cleansing is unnatural. But, it is ok to occasionally use laxative help to get rid of constipation. ...Read more

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Taking seroxat cr 12.5mg bedtime for 4 days. Nausea n effect only subsides at dinner time. Can't eat.Will nausea go away soon or should med be changed?

Taking seroxat cr 12.5mg bedtime for 4 days. Nausea n effect only subsides at dinner time. Can't eat.Will nausea go away soon or should med be changed?

Seroxat (paroxetine): Nausea is commonly reported side effect of this ssri antidepressant/anxiolytic. If food lessens the nausea, try taking it with evening meal or with a bedtime snack. If nausea persists, discuss other med options with fp/ prescribing doc. ...Read more

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I took second citalopram pill. When will nausea go away?

I took second citalopram pill. When will nausea go away?

Variable: Try taking it with food. Or discuss using a split dose with your prescriber. Use of probiotics when on a new ssri can be very effective. ...Read more

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How can I make nausea go away? Sprintec is really making me miserable.

How can I make nausea go away? Sprintec is really making me miserable.

This is common: One common side effect with the pill is nausea. This can be treated in the following ways: 1. Change the time of day that it is taken - taking it at night might help 2. Take the pill after a meal or snack 3. Consider a different pill - they have different side effect profiles 4. Consider a different form of birth control i hope that this helps. ...Read more

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Just stated victoza (liraglutide) at 0.6, is there anything can I do about the nausea, will it go away?

Just stated victoza (liraglutide) at 0.6, is there anything can I do about the nausea, will it go away?

Usually: The nausea usually decreases or stops totally the longer you take the medication. Make sure your symptoms improve before you attempt to increase to the full dosage. Talk w/your doctor. Are you also on diet, exercise, weight loss and other diabetes therapy to make the victoza (liraglutide) work better? ...Read more

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Recently if im just sitting down watching tv I start to feel nausea and dizziness, and it doesn't go away. What could be causing this?

Recently if im just sitting down watching tv I start to feel nausea and dizziness, and it doesn't go away. What could be causing this?

Content : Unfortunately the quality of the content on tv is enough to render anyone nauseated. Seriously though, are you in a bad chair/beanbag or something that gives you reflux? Are you snacking while watching? ...Read more

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Does vertigo gradually get better?I have had it for about 2 days and i feel like its getting better.Or does it go away suddenly?Recently sick. Nausea.

Does vertigo gradually get better?I have had it for about 2 days and i feel like its getting better.Or does it go away suddenly?Recently sick. Nausea.

Yes.: Vertigo can be caused by middle ear infections . Once the infection is better, the vertigo also . Goes away. Just drink a lot of water and take it easy . If it persists, see your {pcp. ...Read more

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How do you get the nausea effect to go away when you take Norco's?

How do you get the nausea effect to go away when you take Norco's?

Time: The nausea is likely due to the hydrocodone ingredient. The nausea usually diminishes with ongoing use, but constipation from the drug does not improve spontaneously. If nausea persists, your doctor could recommend a different opioid. ...Read more

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Could women's multivitamin cause nausea. And if so, how can I make it go away?

Could women's multivitamin cause nausea. And if so, how can I make it go away?

Iron in a multi vit: might cause nausea. Ginger can reduce nausea & upset stomach. You can drink slightly flattened ginger ale or nibble on crystallized ginger. Or pour boiling water over freshly sliced organic ginger & steep x 5 min in a covered pot. Sip. ...Read more

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If I have only been on fluoxetine for 2 weeks and a day or so when will nausea go away?

If I have only been on fluoxetine for 2 weeks and a day or so when will nausea go away?

Assuming the nausea: Is a side effect of the medication, either you can stop the medication and the nausea should be gone within a week, or you can keep taking the medication, possibly lower the dose and take it with food, usually the body will adjust to the medication after 3 or 4 weeks. Feel better! Also, don't be shy about calling your prescribing doctor for advice. That's their job! :) ...Read more