Help with nausea

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snakebit
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Date Joined Nov 2012
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   Posted 12/14/2012 2:22 AM (GMT -6)   
Hi guys,

I hope you don't think I am becoming a serial pest, but if anyone could provide some advice?

Today I was eating a pie, for lunch (after an earlier ice cream!?!) and during I got one of my bouts of nausea, followed by mild stomach pain. This then set of my anxiety as I have read that nausea is a symptom of a brain tumour!

I have been to one Dr around 4 yrs ago who diagnosed dyspepsia and then my current Dr twice who has diagnosed the same. I have an endoscopy and colonoscopy booked for March as I am told I am a Non-urgent patient. I don't have nausea everyday, however I do suffer from severe anxiety at times and I often have a very nervous tummy and a slight lump feeling in my throat. Other days I can feel great. I am taking 20mg Nexium and 100mg Zoloft.

Can anyone provide some answers? Do I need to go for a brain scan? My mum had her gal bladder removed so could this be my problem. I just had a range of blood checks which all came back normal.

Thank you again for your patience and understanding.

Jamie

couchtater
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Date Joined Jul 2009
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   Posted 12/14/2012 7:46 AM (GMT -6)   
I'd feel nauseous if I ate ice cream for breakfast and pie for lunch. EW.

If you're nauseous then drink some ginger root tea or canada dry ginger ale.
Try to not panic over the small stuff. If you have dyspepsia it means you have a sensitive stomach and you need to baby it. Look up the Gerd diet and follow it.
Joy
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Nickles
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Date Joined May 2011
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   Posted 12/14/2012 8:56 AM (GMT -6)   
Try ginger pills, ginger gum or ginger Altoids. You can get them at health stores or amazon. They help me with my nausea when I get it.
Diagnosed with GERD/IBS in 2007. However, my symptoms are most similar to LPR. I am still unsure of the IBS diagnosis.

Currently I am taking a natural approach to my symptoms since July 2011.

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