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Date Joined Apr 2006
Total Posts : 2
   Posted 4/11/2006 9:21 AM (GMT -6)   
Does anyone have any tips on reducing nausea, while
I'm waiting to get into see a Gastroenterologist.
History: 1st time was nausea at diff intensity lasting for 2 weeks.
            Went away and felt normal for 2 weeks.
            2nd- Nausea came back again: 1st week was as b4, but second
            week was more chest pain/pressure & gas/gurgling from stomach up thru throat.
            Went to see GP gave me Protonix & Reglan to take while waiting on Gastro Doc.
            Felt good after 2 weeks of hell again. This time stayed feeling good for 3 weeks,
            but its back again, mainly nausea up to this point (4 days).
  Anyone have any come and go episodes like this? Or any advice- Nausea or in general..

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Date Joined Feb 2006
Total Posts : 88
   Posted 4/11/2006 11:17 AM (GMT -6)   
Sorry to hear about your bouts of nausea. For me, it's the most incapacitating feeling ever. I had it bad a couple years ago and then my doc prescribed carafate and protonix 40 mg for me. I felt better right away. Since I have IBS-D too, I have had nausea associated with it at times (usually from too frequent BMs). The only thing that seems to help me is diet and sometimes something to coat my stomach like a little yogurt or soy milk. I hope you feel better.

Jennifer, every morning?!!! sad sad Does it then go away as the day progresses? I wonder why that happens.

New Member

Date Joined Apr 2006
Total Posts : 2
   Posted 4/11/2006 12:01 PM (GMT -6)   

My nausea is constant from when I wake up til fall asleep.
Just varies intensity thru out the day.

Sometimes when I lay down I get some gurgling in my stomach
and chest which makes me feel better for a little while.

Just hope it goes away soon. Have another month b4 I can see Gastro Doc mad


Regular Member

Date Joined Mar 2006
Total Posts : 50
   Posted 4/12/2006 5:14 AM (GMT -6)   
Ginger is an old-time remedy for nausea and sometimes for dizzyness.  In fact, a GI in California recently recommended it to a friend of the family.
You can make ginger tea simply -- just a little ground ginger, hot water, maybe a little sweetener, steep for 10 minutes.  Or you can juice fresh ginger root. You can take the juice neat, or mix it with something.
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