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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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Nausea (Definition)

Nausea = abdominal upset ...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've been nauseous for about two weeks. The last two months have been very very stressful for me but the nausea won't go away. Went to hospital nothing?

I've been nauseous for about two weeks. The last two months have been very very stressful for me but the nausea won't go away. Went to hospital nothing?

Stress can trigger: GI symptoms such as nausea and lack of appetite. Please continue to see your doc in case there is a physical problem. Consider seeing a mental health professional to learn some strategies for stress management. Peace and good health. ...Read more

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I'm not pregnant but I have been suffering from waves of nausea and diarrhoea for about two weeks?

I'm not pregnant but I have been suffering from waves of nausea and diarrhoea for about two weeks?

Maybe stomach virus?: A simple tummy ache with symptoms like nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea, whether at home or traveling, may be from a virus infection, bacteria infection, or contaminated food. A normal person, not pregnant, not on medications, usually recovers easily. Taking a pedialyte popsicle or 2-3 oz of pedialyte hourly, plus drinking/eating little else, may settle things down. Otherwise, a dr. Should evaluate. ...Read more

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Only day two taking woman's multivitamin...but it's been causing nausea. Should I give it time or stop taking it?

Only day two taking woman's multivitamin...but it's been causing nausea. Should I give it time or stop taking it?

They may not be caus: Based on your other medical complaints and medications they may not be causing your symptoms. There are other medications that may cause a similar symptom. Why are you taking the multivitamin. If you don't require it, stop it and see if your symptoms improve. If not it may be your bronchitis or your antibiotic that are causing your symptoms. Have your doctor review your findings and your medicatio ...Read more

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How much time does nausea and headaches take to go away after stopping zoloft (sertraline)?

How much time does nausea and headaches take to go away after stopping zoloft (sertraline)?

Several week.: Zoloft (sertraline) takes about four to five weeks to get entirely out of your system Make sure you taper the drug not stop it altogether abruptly. If so the symptoms may get actually get worse for a while. The complaints should resolve once the meds are out of your system. If it longer than that you need medical consultation. ...Read more

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Every time I eat red meat I get a headache and nausea that won't go away? It's been happening for a long time now, what could it be?

Every time I eat red meat I get a headache and nausea that won't go away? It's been happening for a long time now, what could it be?

Need examination: There's to enough information in your question to point you in the right direction. Stop eating red meat and call your physician who may want you to see a gastroenterologist or an allergist. ...Read more

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I was prescribe oxymorphone 10mg for pain. The first time I took it, it gave me severe nausea. Would this go away as I get use to this med? F/55

I was prescribe oxymorphone 10mg for pain. The first time I took it, it gave me severe nausea. Would this go away as I get use to this med? F/55

Possibly: There is a chance that with continued use the nausea would decrease. However since you stated it was severe, I'm not sure it's worth trying to put up with it. There are other alternatives. Please ask your doctor ...Read more

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13 yr old - periodic nausea, lasts two days, vomit once or twice, sometimes headache, then recovers, recurs 6 weeks later. Happened several times?

13 yr old - periodic nausea, lasts two days, vomit once or twice, sometimes headache, then recovers, recurs 6 weeks later. Happened several times?

See doctor: There are so many causes of nausea. Recommend seeing a doctor to determine whether imaging tests are necessary. Depending on your physical exam findings, you may need MRI or CT of your head. Please see a health professional ASAP. ...Read more

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I recently started taking strattera (atomoxetine) and have noticed a great deal of nausea and some vomiting. Does this side effect usually go away over time?

I recently started taking strattera (atomoxetine) and have noticed a great deal of nausea and some vomiting. Does this side effect usually go away over time?

Common side effect: This is a very common side effect of strattera (atomoxetine). Try taking the medication with food. If it does not get better after a 5 - 7 day period, I suggest discussing this side effect with your physician. You may need a different medication. ...Read more

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I took two senna tablets 24 hr ago. I have cramps, nausea, shivers, diarrhoea. When does this go away??

I took two senna tablets 24 hr ago. I have cramps, nausea, shivers, diarrhoea. When does this go away??

Unusual: The diarrhea and cramps are not totally unexpected but the shivers and nausea are unusual. Expect improvement in about 24 hours if these symptoms are indeed related to senna. ...Read more

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I experience cold sweat, nausea, blurry vision, weak hands and feet, and the feeling of wanting to vomit after one to two hours after my period starts. This happens almost every time my period comes. Is this normal?

I experience cold sweat, nausea, blurry vision, weak hands and feet, and the feeling of wanting to vomit after one to two hours after my period starts. This happens almost every time my period comes. Is this normal?

OB GYN DOC: Hi. This is normal. You are having a reaction to higher hormone levels than you are used to. It is almost migrainous. Please see your OB-GYN to discuss the pros and cons of taking medications to alter your hormone levels so you can feel more comfortable. Best wishes. ...Read more

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I've been feeling dizzy, light head, nausea, and a lot belching I been feeling like for about two weeks. It's always around the same time.

I've been feeling dizzy, light head, nausea, and a lot belching I been feeling like for about two weeks. It's always around the same time.

See a doctor: These symptoms could be anything from low blood pressure to pregnancy. You need to see your doctor so this can be figured out. You can check your blood pressure and do a home pregnancy test, but this really does require a medical professional to help make a diagnosis, and then the remedy can be known. ...Read more

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My son has been hospitalized with diabetic gastroparesis 5 times in the last two years and has constant cramps and nausea; any hope of a recovery?

My son has been hospitalized with diabetic gastroparesis 5 times in the last two years and has constant cramps and nausea; any hope of a recovery?

Recovery time varies: Recover time will vary depending on many factors including age, general health of the patient, infection control, blood sugar control, and follow up care. ...Read more

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Is it good to start your period two weeks early and get sharp pains in the process during the time of the month including severe headaches n nausea?

Is it good to start your period two weeks early and get sharp pains in the process during the time of the month including severe headaches n nausea?

Irregular periods: Irregular periods are one of the most common problems obgyns treat. If this is one time problem it usually resolves on its own. If this is a recurring problem you should be evaluated. Infections ; hormonal changes can cause spotting. If there is a concern for pregnancy then do a home pregnancy test. There are many options available to help regulate the menstrual cycle. Schedule a visit. ...Read more

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I've had excruciating lower back pain (had L1 compression fx two yrs ago) for past 5 days and waves of nausea for past 3 days. Could they be related?

I've had excruciating lower back pain (had L1 compression fx two yrs ago) for past 5 days and waves of nausea for past 3 days. Could they be related?

Possible but----: I suppose it's possible to have the nausea you're describing on the basis of medications you're taking for the pain or perhaps just a SEVERE worsening of the pain itself for some reason. However, you also need to look at other causes since you've had the back pain for 2 years I wouldn't expect nausea as you describe to just "pop up"...you should see a doctor or get a consultation here on HealthTap ...Read more

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Why do I have the simptoms of being pregnant when im not? (nausea don't like eating sleep a lot) and also in two months I got my period 3 times

Why do I have the simptoms of being pregnant when im not? (nausea don't like eating sleep a lot) and also in two months I got my period 3 times

Good question: Many things can cause your symptoms: anxiety, depression, a medical condition are all possibilities. Please get a medical evaluation. At the same time, consider whether anxiety or depression are present. If so, you should seek a psychological or psychiatric evaluation. ...Read more

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I have been taking humira (adalimumab) 40 mg every two weeks for six weeks. My RA is much better. I get nausea, dizziness and fatigue that last for 48 hours after the injection. Will these symptoms dissipate over time?

I have been taking humira (adalimumab) 40 mg every two weeks for six weeks. My RA is much better. I get nausea, dizziness and fatigue that last for 48 hours after the injection. Will these symptoms dissipate over time?

See below: Perhaps if you talk to your rheumatologist he could switch you to a different medication similiar to Humira (adalimumab) but it may not cause the same side effects. They may get worse with time. ...Read more

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Two negative tests. But experiencing spotting at time of period. Extreme fatigue and very minor cramps. And minor nausea. Possibly pregnant?

Two negative tests. But experiencing spotting at time of period. Extreme fatigue and very minor cramps. And minor nausea. Possibly pregnant?

Possibly: The symptoms you describe (nausea, fatigue, minor cramps, spotting) could certainly be consistent with pregnancy. I suggest seeing an ob/gyn for a blood pregnancy test which is more sensitive. ...Read more

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Nausea after eating a small snack. Ongoing for two days. Indigestion feeling at times. Sharp pain in Rt side at times. No fever.?

Nausea after eating a small snack. Ongoing for two days. Indigestion feeling at times. Sharp pain in Rt side at times. No fever.?

Plenty: Sometimes indigestion, abdominal pain can be a subtle and only sign your heart is calling out to you. In my experience its safer to rule out life threatening conditions like heart attacks, arrythmias and then focus on less threatening abdominal issues. Without a history, complete physical it would be unwise to diagnose you. Please see your doctor or go to the emergency room as soon as you can. ...Read more

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Cold night time drenching sweats last two nights since running my first half marathon. No nausea, fever. Clear urine. Stool fine. Just knee pain.?

Cold night time drenching sweats last two nights since running my first half marathon. No nausea, fever. Clear urine. Stool fine. Just knee pain.?

Night Sweats: Naturally, night sweats are worrisome and sometimes indicate an infection or chronic disease as the underlying cause. Given the proximity to what had to be a stressful event for your body metabolism, and given that you describe no other systemic signs and symtoms such as fever, cough, rash, etc., the likelihood is that they will subside. If not, seek a consultation with your health care provider. ...Read more

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I developed a blind/ gray spot in my left eye on Wednesday, no headache, blind spot 3 days now. I get waves of nausea 3-4 times a day no vomit yet?

I developed a blind/ gray spot in my left eye on Wednesday, no headache, blind spot 3 days now. I get waves of nausea 3-4 times a day no vomit yet?

Sounds serious: Something like a retinal detachment could do this. You really need to be seen by an opthalmologist who can look at the back of your eye with a slit lamp. Call your local ED and see whether they have one or could get an eye doctor in to see you if you need it. Good luck! ...Read more