(((Hugs))) honey I'm sorry your not feeling good. Is there a possibility you may be preganent those are some sure signs too?
I don't really know anything about Gerd but I do hope you feel better soon. Please keep us updated
ask doc for some tummy calming meds
nausea or dry retching on waking is common and associated with depression, from fears and worries about having to face the new day
Post Edited (Howlyncat) : 5/23/2007 12:40:54 PM (GMT-6)
Thanks you guy's.
And ((((HUGS)))) back to you all.
No Ms Kittie there is NO chance I could be pregnant. I am thinking after a little research this might have to do with GERD. However Harry facing my can sometimes be just a real downer. Just hate waking up to that sick feeling.
Hello and welcome to HealingWell. I think you got a really good answer from Peacesoul. A good check up with your PCP is called for to rule out any medical problems in my opinion. I also know that I too have woken with the the dread and anxiety, but I have not had the nausea.
Keep posting and welcome again to our HealingWell Family
Kitt, Moderator: Anxiety/Panic & Depression& GERD Forums*~*
You may want to read through the GERD/heartburn forum. He could be having issues related to GERD.
The esophageal pH probe study has become the gold standard for measurement of acidity with GERD because it if the most sensitive and specific test for reflux.
Just my 2 cents tossed in here.
Hey there! I'm know sooo well how your feeling! I too USED to wake up every morning sicker than a dog! I suffer from GERD, dyspepsia, hiatel henia and reflux. Top that off with anxiety. A beautiful combo first thing in the a.m.! I will add that on top of taking an antidepressant, my doc put me on Prevacid for my gut and Ativan for my most anxious days. I must say, after I was able to calm down with the Ativan (which didn't happen over night) my stomach issues started to ease up. I no longer have that problem on a daily basis. Only on bad anxiety days do I wake up w/gut problems and feeling really sick to my stomach.
You will get better! Try to calm your worries and dreads. I'm sure you'll get to feeling better.
Thanks everyone for your input. I always learn so much from each and every one of you.