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Even though they are not used much anymore do barbiturates normally cause nausea and vomiting as a side effect?

Yes. Yes, these are very common side effects with phenobarbital (for instance). Talk to your doctor if these side effects become concerning in any way. If you have any trouble breathing or chest pain - head to the ER. Hope that helps! Read more...

Can a 2cm ovarian cyst on rt side cause sharp intermitten pain along with nausea and vomiting off and on? Appendix showed normal.

Not Likely. Each month, ovulation causes the development of a dominant follicle that may measure 2-3 cm in size. This is a normal activity for the ovary. Larger cysts or a ruptured cyst could cause the symptoms you mention. Pelvic infection also could. You should see your doctor for evaluation if you have had the symptoms for a while. Read more...

I got the mirena (levonorgestrel) put it a month ago and I been experiencing nausea and vomiting. I also been getting bad headaches and im always tired. Is this normal?

No. This is not normal. If these symptoms started clearly after the Mirena (levonorgestrel) was put in and you cannot cope with those, you will need to talk to your doc about removing it. There is another iud called paraguard, which is not hormonal. Read more...

I m 12 week pregnant and have nausea and vomiting which week I recover my vomit and come to normal?

14-18 weeks. Most of those with morning sickness will have it disappear by 14 weeks, but for others it takes up to 18 weeks- see http://www.Babycenter.Com/morning-sickness ginger, peppermint, acupuncture ; homeopathy are among safe ; effective treatments- see http://www.Naturalnews.Com/030917_morning_sickness_homeopathy.Html. Read more...

Was pregnant and had bad N&V had to get treated. I had my daughter June 2016, still suffering from nausea and vomiting around the clock. Is it normal?

NO. It's not at all normal and you should consult your Primary Care Physician and arrange for an in Person examination. I am assuming your post natal checkup was normal (with your OB)
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