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Suffering from nausea and vomiting on regular intervals

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Since 24th of Feb. Suffering from nausea and vomiting on regular intervals of 6to7 days doc. First prescribed antibiotic cefixime& oflaxin then prescribed triflouperaxime tlc dlc tests were normal luquocytes in urine was high but now normal still suffering


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replied May 12th, 2014
Nausea Answer A47180
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Nausea and vomiting with all blood work up normal needs a little detailed assessment by a gastroenterologist. COuld be an ectopic cause like vestibular disturbances. UTI may explain that too but antibiotics should have worked. If the problem still persists Small bowel bacterial overgrowth, gastric bile reflux or acid reflux are frequent benign causes of nausea and Metabolic causes such as hyperglycaemia, hypercalcaemia, renal impairment, and Addison's disease need to be excluded. Gastroparesis and slow upper GI transit can exacerbate symptoms. Oesophageal motility disorders such as diffuse oesophageal spasm or ineffective motility and strictures need to be excluded too.
Take some prokinetics like domperidone and metoclopramide and increase garlic intake. get to a gastroenterologist for a detailed complete clinical correlation.
Take care


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