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For 2-3 months i have been suffering from daily nausea, i havent been sick though and i dont have any other symptoms. My doctor assumed it was a bug but it hasnt got better, she put me onto anti sickness pills but they didnt work either. it is now really affecting me as i ant concentrate in college and cant go out with friends as i just feel sick and end up going home, any idea what could be causig this?
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replied October 27th, 2010
The same thing is happening to me! I feel nauseous every day and I went to the doctor, whose first and only question was "Is it possible you're pregnant?"
Well, no I am absolutely 110% not pregnant.
The nausea happens at any time during the day, it has nothing to do with when I eat.. but it seems to happen most frequently after lunch during class, though it's not completely dependent on food.
Sometimes it gets so bad in class that I have to ask to go to the washroom because I'm about to throw up.. but I never actually end up throwing up.
It's absolutely horrible and it controls what I do.
So you're not the only one!
xx Ella
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replied September 5th, 2013
I was nauseated fir two years..drs. couldn't find anything. I read "the yeast connection" and it really helped. Anti yeast/ fungal drugs, less sugar. If you've had antibiotics, or prednisone, or eat a lot of sugar. Try this....
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replied November 17th, 2010
I have been suffering from daily nausea for almost a year. I will say that there are some days it is not as bad. No I am not or have been pregnant. I also have issues with dry heaving - weird things set me off - and overactive gag reflex.

My doctor seems to think it is acid reflux. I am taking medication for acid reflux but can tell no difference as the nausea is worse in the morning but can be anytime and last all day.
I know what you are going through. I hope that you find something to help you.
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replied December 20th, 2010
Daily Nausea
I also feel nauseous EVERY DAY regardless of the time of day and am NOT pregnant. I've had nausea pills from my doctor and also had no result. I've had problems with my stomach since I was really little (I had severe cramps and trouble with my bowels just about every day that tapered off as I got older). Once I got into my 20's and had my son I have had problems with bloating and have become lactose intolerant. The bloating is so bad that sometimes I look about 5 months pregnant and a few days later I'll be back to normal. I'm thinking I should probably find a gastrointestinal doctor soon and see if they can fix this. Perhaps that's what you need as well.
P.S The ONE thing I find gives me relief of my constant nausea is smoking pot. It's a WONDERFUL thing when you REALLY need it. I have Osteoarthritis as well, so I find relief in it for that as well. (Imagine that...I'm only 26 and have arthritis like that in my back) Sad
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replied January 11th, 2013
Cvs
Ask your dr about CVS cyclic vommitting syndrome I have the same symptoms with the weed helping and all and that's what I was diagonsed with. No cure, just treatments
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replied February 28th, 2011
Chronic Nausea since Mid-1990's
I am 63 years old and have suffered from what the doctor diagnosed as GERD. I had my gallbladder out in the mid-90's and was told the GERD would either get better or could get worse. Well, it never did get better. I've seen a couple gastro docs and they keep putting me on different drugs (different proton-pump inhibitors, Pepcid--high doses, Zantac--high doses, and the one constant that I have taken since this all happened is 10 mg. of Reglan at bedtime. I cannot take it all day long and it causes extreme sleepiness and has some serioud side effects. I think I'm going to see a gastro in Philly (top university hospital) and ask to have a workup to find out the cause of this nausea. I've had 2 or 3 endoscopies and was told I had a small hiatal hernia, that's it. Does anyone have any suggestions?
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replied March 4th, 2011
hi I have been suffering from this for over a year and a half and was referred to a gastroentrologist who said it was the result of a food poisoning episode or stress neither of which happened. I have had numerous bowel tests and an endoscope (camera into stomach) but thankfully nothing serious has been found. Also on sickness tablets and cut out dairy products and white bread (although celiac screenings came back clear). It is very debilitating and leaves me exhausted most mornings. However by the evening it usually isnt so bad and I have a bit better appetite. Someone suggested cyclic vomiting syndrome but my GP not sure. Now attending Jan De Vries who feels it is inflammation of colon (although thus far none of his treatments have had a big impact on it) Let me know how u are getting on? Mine just started overnight and I am hoping it will disappear as quick.....
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replied August 21st, 2011
I have recently experienced nausea in the mornings after very hectic and rushed mornings and taking a multi vitamin, after eating it will go away, however after three months I get nausea when I am stressed. I am not pregnant either but my job is very physical and mental. I believe having an empty stomach makes this worse and for some reason my body handles stress and overdrive in this manner. I plan on sitting down to eat and letting food digest, and retraining my stress responses in another manner I can handle better before letting my days defeat me...
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replied August 21st, 2011
daily nausea-Not Pregnant
I have recently experienced nausea in the mornings after very hectic and rushed mornings and taking a multi vitamin, after eating it will go away, however after three months I get nausea when I am stressed. I am not pregnant either but my job is very physical and mental. I believe having an empty stomach makes this worse and for some reason my body handles stress and overdrive in this manner. I plan on sitting down to eat and letting food digest, and retraining my stress responses in another manner I can handle better before letting my days defeat me...
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replied August 26th, 2011
Me too...
I'm having the same problem - nausea EVERY TIME I wake up, even from a nap. I had my gall bladder out a little more than a month ago and tests showed chronic infection. The thing is, I'm still sick every day! It's not nearly as "violent" as before the surgery, but it is still terrible. zofran dos nothing - seriously, does it work for ANYONE? Phenergan works, but knocks me out - can't go to work on that!

I am so tired and down... I thought the surgery would make me well, instead I am just slightly less sick and totally broke.

My surgeon thinks it could be the result of a spasming bile duct - when I DO actually throw up all that comes out is bile, no acids, stomach juices, etc. He said I'd have to see a specialist to find out more. I sure can't afford it, but the alternative is slowly going insane and starting every single day SO ILL and weak. Will keep you posted.... Maybe there is help?

It's gotten to where when I open my eyes, the first thing I think is, "i hope this morning I throw up instead of just dry heaving." barfing is the only thing that gives any relief... For now, that is... I know it's tearing up my esophagus and teeth... Can't WAIT until my doctor appointment.
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replied September 3rd, 2011
I've had the same issue, but for 11 years. For me, it's been a daily battle not to throw up, after eating, sleeping, showering...anything at all. It began after I got 3 consecutive strains of strep, which caused me to vomit repeatedly. Like all of you, of course my doctors only ask if I could be pregnant (which obviously is NOT the answer). After that, they prescribe me Zofran (a.k.a. Ondansetron), which does wonders some of the time. Does anyone know of any specialists for anything like this? It's going on 11 years now, and college stress seems to make it even worse.
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replied September 14th, 2011
Hi all, Im a 17 year old male and I have been having similar symptoms for about a month now. I recently went to the doctor about a lymphnode on my neck that has been swolen for nearly 5 months, and the nautea began soon after. They ran tests on my blood (not sure how detailed) but she just sent me home with meds that make it worse. The nautea is constistent everyday up until about 2, where i get hungry but get nauteous after i eat. However, i am yet to throw up. Im also very fatigued on a daily basis and Im losing weight. I believe what part of the problem may be is an overproduction of a chemical called leptin. It is the chemical in your body which is responsible for making you feel "full" which is a similar sensation to nautea (at least to me). So crazy thought is that the body may be overproducing this chemical so that you always have this "full" sensation, which may not show up on tests or be tested for. But then again, im 17. What do i know?
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replied May 31st, 2012
constant nausea/not pregnant
Hi everyone, I'm wondering if anyone has found answers to the constant nausea issue they've been having? Mine is going on 4 months now. I can't stand to eat anything other than very bland foods (crackers, toast, etc) and many days even those are making me feel worse. I had my gallbladder removed a few months ago (pathology report showed 30 gallstones and highly inflamed) which they thought was the issue, but after several weeks of still feeling constant nausea, knew that was not the case. I'm going for an EGD next week and hoping they can figure out something. Just wondering if anyone else has come across something that has actually helped!
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replied June 9th, 2012
Hi guys, im shelby&im 15.. i had this same thing in 09 but not nearly as bad. it lasted a year.. This year i got sick on december 20th,2011. Its June 9th, 2012 today. I feel sick, ALL THE TIME. years ago they told me i have Acid reflux, and just gave up on me.. ( i was 12) This year ive had endoscopes, procedures, and on March 30th, i had my galbladder out. i had a friend with the same symptoms get hers out, and she felt complelty bettter after her surgery. Im getting so hopeless, i lost 40 pounds in two months, and everyone is getting concerned, i was diagnosed with gastroparesis, acid reflux, gallbladder disease, and IBS, to anyone reading this, ask your doctors abou them, may be your problem! Im on Zofran, IBS meds, i take ginger supplements, i get so cramped up and sick after eating i cry, and cry, and cry. I just want this to be gone. i live by "as long as i have it over someone else" but it needs to stop. My next appointment is over a month away, i failed out of two classes the last 9 weeks of school because i couldnt fall asleep until 4 am, and have school at 6 am. Now, i fall asleep before 2 if im lucky (luckily, its summer now) im just praying this gets better before schools back!
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replied August 3rd, 2012
hi my nan has experienced nausea for 5 years now about 3month of being sick then recovers for about 12-16 weeks and feels great then back to being sick for 3months the cycles are around 3months sick 4months really well.
she has every check up possible change her diet to perfect and know change she is now talking about dieting and can't handle the sickness any ideas what to do?
thanks
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replied August 12th, 2012
I feel you everyone on here. I have been dealing with this also. I wake up everyday with nausea (almost feels like having a hang over all the time and I don't drink) I also have noticed really bad night sweats and have problems sleeping sometimes can't sleep for 36 to 48 hours then my body finally gives in. This is making me crazy....
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replied September 12th, 2012
I'm 17 year old girl and I have had horrible nausea for almost three years now yet I have never actually thrown up. Some times it will go away then come back but when I do have it the nausea is always worse in the mornings. Some times it is so bad that all I can do is crumple up in a ball on the bathroom floor. Every time I go to the doctors they have no clue what it is and they just tell me it is stress. It sucks. I DON'T WANT TO LIVE MY WHOLE LIFE LIKE THIS! Sad
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replied October 23rd, 2012
I'm the exact same as you all, even as I write this I'm gonna be late for college because I feel so sick. For those of you who vomiting or dry heaving ask your doc about buccastem, (or the American equivalent if you're in the U.S.). It does help though it does taste nasty, and if taking tablets make you feel even worse then buccastem should help here. All you have to do is put it in between the top lip and gum and let is dissolve. This may also help with the nauseated people too, they've helped me some, but I can't guarantee.
Good luck guys and feel better soon.
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replied December 13th, 2012
I have been having this problem for two weeks now. I thought for sure I was pregnant, but that is not the case. I mostly feel nauseous. First thing in the morning. It doesn't get better after I eat. It just gets better as the day goes on and then sometimes comes back in the evening. I was hoping to find an answer without making a doctor appointment. I see that most of the answers you all recieved from physicians have not helped. I don't want to deal with this forever. Sad
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replied January 6th, 2013
I have just started suffering from this strange illness as of 3 days ago I am hit with wave after wave of nausea all day burping brings mild temporary relief then the nausea hits again Ive read chewing ginger root and drinking ginger ale helps I am drinking Canada Dry Brand ginger ale It helps quite a bit if only temporarily if anyone know what it iw that this terrible illness please let me know I don't want to live the rest of my life like this :'(
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replied January 30th, 2013
A cry for help..

I've had chronic nausea since I was 12. (now I'm 19 years old) I was "diagnosed" with acid reflex but medication isn't helping. I've had an abdomen ultrasound done, blood tests, and doctors have yet to find out what the problem is. On top of it all I have an extreme phobia of throwing up. I spend hours in the bathroom everyday just sitting by the toilet. I feel as if no one understands how I feel. I cant keep living life this way. I'm trying so hard to just simply stay alive and not give up. But some days dying just seems so peaceful, to finally be free from the never ending nausea. I dont think anyone understands how difficult everyday life is unless they are going through the same pain. People say "Its just in your head.." Or "Get over it, its not like you are actually throwing up.." etc, Im running out of options. I just want the doctors to figure out what it is, cause this is no way for ANYONE to live.

Anyone out there found a cure yet???
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