(Closed) Why am I nauseated?

posted 5 years ago in Wellness
Post # 3
9952 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2012

Food poisoning?  A virus?  Could you be developing an ulcer?  My first thought is a stomach virus, though, which doesn’t necessarily cause any other symptoms.  I hope you feel better soon, if not call your doctor.

Post # 4
5242 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: April 2013

@StL.Ashley: You mentioned you are eating healthier so have you cut out any important things like iron or protein? If I dont get some of the correct things daily I start to feel really naseous and sometimes it is weather related or because of not getting enough sleep


Post # 5
5956 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: April 2018

@StL.Ashley:  ..there is a stomach bug going around that is like a viral ninja…no fever, no aches, nothing…and then all the sudden, it happens…..

and you don’t leave the bathroom for 48 hours…seriously, its horrible.

I’m on the other side of that thing finally, but my appearance in the office has been sponsored by Gatorade….on a good note, I got a jump on that weight loss goal Mr. 99 and set for the new year!

Post # 6
2363 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2013 - B&B

I dont have much advice… other than to possibly see a doctor sooner rather than later!

That happened to me freshman year, spring semester of college. Sometime over the break I started to feel naseaus when I ate, for seemingly no reason. Never actually got physically ill. It persisted and it got to the point where I would try to force myself to eat and I barely could. And then one night it go so bad, I was dry heaving, and I had to go to the hospital.  I think all they really did was a flush of my system with fluids and take some tests (none of which turned up anything) and then I was back to normal…. the flush must have cleared out some kind of virus or infection or something??

I had zero other symptoms as well. I would go see a doc just to be safe, they might figure something out medicine wise that will help you sooner rather than later!

Post # 7
7647 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: July 2012

@StL.Ashley:  I would say if it continues, it may be worth getting blood drawn. I actually started with nausea and moved to headaches and tiredness (and then came dizziness at random times). Of course, all pregnancy symptoms, but they found I had a vitmain D deficiency, which is pretty common, especially in winter. Worth checking into maybe.

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