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14 Jun 2004

Contant nausea
I have a constant nausea. I feel hungry but too nauseous to eat. If I eat small amounts of certain foods I don't feel too bad, but the nausea returns very soon. It is driving me crazy. I cannot eat breakfast. I don't know what to eat anymore since each day it seems that I can only eat less. 100% fruit juice helps or coke. But I am not sure what exactly is causing this nausea. I have had it for just over two weeks now. It is also related to slight heartburn. I have recently had the flu, could this just be one of the symptoms of the flu. I cannot handle this nausea anymore!
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01 Jan 0001

MLS, nausea isn’t a very specific symptom – definitely not enough to make a diagnosis on. It might be due to a stomach bug, a gall bladder infection, middle ear problems, a metabolic problem, liver disease, kidney disease, bladder infection, etc. The best would be to see a specialist physician and have it sorted out. Good luck.
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