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I have fairly similar symptoms. I also have nausea, dizziness, migraines and stomach pain. My nausea, dizziness and migraines are constant, but the stomach pain is intermittent. I was diagnosed with pots 2 months ago and also take fludrocortisone. I've had the same experience with ineffective nausea mediicne and migraine medicine. Even iv infusions fail to provide me with relief. The only main difference is I had my gall bladder removed in July 08 and remnants and gall stones removed last May.
Itching or hives, swelling in your face or hands, swelling or tingling in your mouth or throat, chest tightness, trouble breathing Blistering, peeling, or red skin rash Fast, slow, or uneven heartbeat Lightheadedness, dizziness, or fainting Seizures, muscle spasms, or tremors Severe diarrhea that does not go away, stomach cramps, and fever Sudden and severe stomach pain, nausea, vomiting, unexplained weight loss If you notice these less serious side effects, talk with your doctor: Const
Are you on the venalfaxine controlled release capsules (Effexor XR)? Are you taking it with food? The nausea is usually at first only, but it takes about 4 weeks to dissipate for most and if it doesn't, then you should advise your prescribing doctor. Do you know why exactly you were prescribed this? There are various purposes for its use. Note that should you have an underlying low thyroid function (common with FMS), venalfaxine is contra-indicated.
Minor side effects include constipation, diarrhea, fatigue, headache, insomnia, muscle pain, nausea, and vomiting. Major side effects include agitation, anemia, confusion, depression, easy bruising or bleeding, hallucinations, hair loss, irregular heartbeat, rash, visual changes, and yellowing of the skin or eyes (jaundice).
Dear Andy, Thank you for your question. I tend to favor using beta-blockers for PVC's only as a last resort. Here is some general information about beta-blockers. As far as specific medication advice we recommend following the advice of your physician. Beta-blockers are used to treat high blood pressure, angina (chest pain), heart attacks, heart rhythm problems such as atrial fibrillation and more recently heart failure.
It went away until later that day when I ate a hamburger and, as soon as I took the first bite, was overthrown with nausea and pain in my stomach. That was around 3 or so weeks ago and I haven't had the stomach pain until today. Since then, I just get really nauseated after eating certain things -- I burp a lot and acid and food starts to come up (with burping or on their own). But I haven't puked once.
MY DOCTOR JUST ASSUMED IT WAS A SIDE EFFECT OF THE MEDICATION AND HAD ME START TAKING IT AT A DIFFERENT TIME. THE NAUSEA STILL CONTINUED, AND 3 WEEKS AGO I STOPPED TAKING THE MEDICATION. I'M STILL FEELING NAUSEOUS THOUGH, AND NOW I ALSO HAVE SOME STOMACH DISCOMFORT. NOT A PAIN, JUST DISCOMFORT. I DON'T HAVE ACID REFLUX, BUT I HAVE NOTICED THAT I HAVE BEEN BELCHING A LOT AND AT NIGHT I CAN FEEL SOMETHING BUBBLING IN THE BACK OF MY THROAT, KIND OF LIKE DRINKING A SODA.
It is also cyclical I might feel good for a few days and then slip into a severe episode that lasts for weeks at a time. There is some pain involved but rarely, the discomfort is isolated in the upper stomach near the epigastric region. Also, it wakes me up almost everynight because it is so severe I am unable to lay on my stomach or side because that makes it even worse. Reading also makes me very sick which would suggest that I need glasses. I have glasses and they dont help.
or anxious this symptoms are more stronger and i can not eat anything and feel hot,nausea my head seems heavy ,i can stand up but i feel with no energy...and also i get more saliva in my mouth and a strange taste and my stomach hurts...food smell makes me nouxious especially meat,but others too. My pshycologist said it is from anxiety..but i am not so sure...maybe i have physical..problem Please help... What do you think?
i have been having nausea after eating and when i wake up in the morning. I had a blood test and a urine test and got checked by my family doctor and everything seems fine with me physically. Could anxiety cause these symptoms? i have also been losing weight because i dont eat as much. Well im scared to eat because i dont want to feel nausea afterward.
im 32 years old male for the past few years ive been getting strange sensations in my stomach and chest i get chest pain and also feeling of pressure and also a bloating nausea sensation in my stomach symptoms dont always be the same they change i cud have sum light chest pain and nothing else other days i cud have chest pressure dat cud last for a day im a regular drinker and smoker also i went 2 my gp he said its panic attacks and anxiety just like to know if anyone experience the same symptom
finally I ended up going to the doctor and told him my symptoms of IBS..stomach pain and nausea when I'm nervous... he told me it's probably either just plain IBS or an ulcer... So we're trying 2 months of priolsec to see if that helps, and about 3 weeks into treatment I decided to stop the medication. Something weird happened... 1. my stomach pain went sky high!! Like my acid in my stomach all the sudden woke up and I could feel very localized pain...
I have belching, loads. Gas pain, gas in general. Heartburn. Abd pain. Nausea. It's terrible. I have a SLEW of GI meds in my medicine cabinet. Like I told my MD yesterday, I HATE taking all these meds...but like you even just water bothers me. Until someone figures something out...I've been taking prescribed prilosec 20mg a day. Zantac over the counter when the heartburn gets real bad. Just an FYI, both of these medications cause increased gas. For me, especially the zantac.
He had me on Vicodin for 3 years to ease my suffering. When I moved to a different state, I ran out of my pain medication and just stopped taking vicodin. NOTHING HAPPENED TO ME! NOTHING! I did not get sick, shake, sweat, vomit, turn to other drugs or alcohol..........NOTHING! I just suffered constantly with pain. I waited a few months before seeking another doctor in my new town. He treated me like a junkie and told me to take Advil. That was two years ago.
What could be wrong with the upper part of my stomach with constant stabbing pain and nausea but not all the time. Lately at least 2-3 times week.
I'm on Tysabri which seems to be helping my ms symptoms, but my worst problem at this point is constant nausea, stomach pain (right side, under my rib cage), and occasional vomiting. I'm on Protonix twice a day, reglan as needed, and Zofran up to three times a day. Nothing seems to be working, infact, I think it's getting worse.
When I went back, the medication didn't do a single thing. I got nausea and stomach pains whenever I ate. The pains were constant, but the nausea comes and goes. I told her that it seemed as the stomach pain was getting worse, and so was the nausea. In these 6 weeks, I gained 6 pounds... I went from 135 to 141 lbs. She decided to prescribe Prevacid, thinking this was going to make everything better. I was taking 40 mg twice a day of this now, instead of the Nexium.
30 in the morning with terrible stomach pain, nausea, dry heaving, and sometimes diahrea. He wanted me to continue the protonix and added carafate. Finally, I did research and found the protonix could be the cause, I stopped it and started the carafate. Within 2 days I felt better. After a week on the carafate the symptoms started again, so I cut out the carafate. Again began feeling better but then started again when I woke again at 4:30 with stomach pain, nausea, dry heaving.
I am taking doxycycline and have been suffering with the worst stomach pain. Any suggestions on what to eat or drink During the day or at night after I've taken the meds to reduce this pain? I'm only on my 3rd dose...I have 25 more pills to go....please advise.
Hello, Gastritis can cause pain in the upper abdomen after eating .Peptic ulcer disease causes upper left quadrant pain that usually begins 2 hours after a meal. It gets better with over the counter antacids. Stomach flu can cause indigestion and abdominal discomfort. Viral gastroenteritis can lead to nausea, abdominal pain and diarrhea. The exact location of pain and other details will help in determining the accurate cause .Take light meals. Avoid spicy fried foods.
I was getting stomach aches from time to time. But now it has become more frequent almost everyday I feel nausea or discomfort in my stomach. Basically I feel bloated and full and also nauseous. I feel like the stomach ache usually starts in the afternoon or night. What I feel that could of started this is in high school I eat little. When I finished I started eating more and more often; one of the main reasons was because I wanted to gain weight.
does endoscopy throat pain, nausea and other after effects ever go away. i am asking this coz i already have burning throat and other problems and woes. is endoscopy advisable.
She said increased stomach fat/weight gain can definitely cause acid reflux. My stomach was bothering me earlier today but it's seemed fine since this evening. She also instructed me to take Prilosec for a month, cut back caffeine and to exercise. Things I was already telling myself to do but this was definitely a wake up call to take care of things now before they get worse.
IT CAN CAUSE UPPER STOMACH PAIN,NAUSEA,EVEN VOMITING OR PEPTIC ULCERS.IT CAN BE TREATED IN TWO WEEKS WITH MEDICATION.I WAS DIAGNOSED WITH IT ABOUT A MON. AGO,BUT STILL SUFFER WITH IT BECAUSE OF SEVERE VOMITING,I COULD KEEP THE MEDICINE DOWN.IT IS VERY TREATALBE AND CAN BE FOUNDSIMPLY THROUGH A BLOOD TEST. HOPE YOU FEEL BETTER.
the question he posted on 05/17/04 relates exactly to my symptoms which have started a week ago and consist bad heartburn(ive had now for two months) that i take nexium for but does not always work, the diarrhea that has me going to the toilet 10 times a day at least for a week now, nausea where i thew up more the first three days, cramps constantly, and now on the sixth day i am having upper abdominal chest pains(on scale 1-10 the pains are a 2) where my gallbladder is located i seen a doctor
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