Throat pain nausea

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no, nausea is like... your car sick, or plane sick or something. a gaggy feeling is like... something stuck in ur throat nausea makes you feel sick, like your going to throw up.
Stomach ache bubbling in the back of my throat and a sore throat. The nausea comes and goes I can feel the nausea coming on and I can feel the bubbles moving thru my abdomin and then I get a hungry feeling but, while that is happening I cant even think of food. As for my throat I have no idea what is causing any of this. My doctor put me on pecid before bed and I take about 3 tums during the day. I also belch a lot. Except when I get this sick feeling.
Nausea with dizziness, stomach protruding, neck pain, weak, and cold legs and hands. Any idea?
It started after I had the flu which made me vomit and caused a tremendous amount of pain in my back, I had no fever and just had a sore throat the week before the flu. The nausea now is causing me to lose my appetite, I feel somewhat weaker, and definitely have a weaker stomach (some days the slightest odors make me gag) .
I already have dry mouth and throat issues and now that is much worse too. I am just getting worse as this goes on daily now! I can barely leave home I feel sick. Does anyone else wake up with upset stomach and nausea? What the heck causes that? I don't know if the one Nortryptoline made it worse or not.
I wake up almost every morning with nausea and being clammy and sweaty on my chest, neck and forehead. I also will wake up feeling warm and clammy.i am 64, past menopause years ago.
Continual throat clearing Chronic throat irritation Chronic cough Hoarseness Excessive phlegm the throat Dysphagia (difficulty swallowing) Constant sensation of something in the throat Swallowed food comes back up Post nasal drainage Weak voice Cracking voice Blockage of the breathing passage Spasm of the larynx (voice box) Wheezing Heartburn This condition is a result of both UES and LES not working correctly. And it is possible not to have typical gerd/acid reflux symptoms.
I have pains in my stomach and burning in my throat. I often experience left and middle chest pain and wheezing with the above symptoms. I am tired all the time and have not energy. What can this be please.
For a year now I have been suffering with nausea, dizzyness, chest pain/breast pain, sore sternum area, pain in arms and my throat feels like it is closing in not to mention aching ears. I have had CT scans, heart checks, a gastroscopy and nothing is showing up yet I have these episodes on a daily basis which leaves me feeling nausiated and lethargic. What is wrong with me? My doctors cant seem to come up with anything?
But within the last month, I began having random pain on both sides of my lower abdomen. Last Thursday, I woke up to excruciating pain and nausea and was rushed to Urgent Care. The pain was on my left and right sides, but more intensely on the left. I can only explain it as sharp and burning, and the worst pain I have ever felt in my life. It also traveled to my left shoulder blade a few times and into the fleshy part of my palms where the thumbs connect.
Many times I feel like I have a lump in my lower throat, like something is stuck. Along with this also comes the feeling of nausea, like I ate too much at a meal. I eat very small meals and am very careful about what I eat (no fast food, no caffeine). I sometimes will get heartburn, but this is infrequent. I also tend to have frequent right-side flank pain, around the kidney area. I've had a few kidney infections, but doubt if this is related.
ok some how im frigile in getting sick well Idk if its strep throat but I got really sick again i had alot of cough and congestion I already got two shots today but i been haveing this weird pain in my throat its like not an ordnary red sore throat it just hurts idk if its cause i coughed to hard that made it hurt because at times i tasted blood idk what it is but it hurts and feels weird when i sawllow mostly only when i drink water need help i camt really explain this pain :(
There is no pain associated with the feeling, and no sore throat or sores in my mouth, only a feeling like someone has their fingers pressed up against my windpipe. I swallow often because of it; it is like my body keeps trying to "get it down" somehow, but can't. To me the saliva feels sticky and thick going down, but when I intentionally cough and spit to have a look at it, it is normal in appearance and not mucus-like or discolored.
I woke up a few weeks ago at midnight with bad back pain and chest pain shortness of breath nausea ekg normal cardiac enzymes normal.
My daughter has been suffering from nausea and a abdominal pain for the past 3 years (she's now 15). It all started for her in about 6th grade, when she was 12. She said she felt nauseous, and like there was something stuck in her throat. Her general doctor said she had acid reflux, and prescribed Aciphex. The medicine worked for about a year, but the nausea returned, along with heartburn. She did not have heartburn before she started taking Aciphex.
Hello, for approximately the last month, I have suffered from chronic abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting. This first started off when I came down with flu-like symptoms (sore throat, fever, blocked nose) and then came the vomiting, which I thought meant that it was probably just strep throat. That went away, but a few days later the pain and nausea came back. Then about a week later I had the flu-like symptoms again and was vomiting.
Had three attacks in three days, gallbladder removed on fourth day. Had 2 days without any nausea or pain, other than postop pain. Nausea and discomfort similar to gallbladder pain has continued since then. Had an MRCP about 10 days ago, which showed nothing, tried Pepcid twice a day for a week, but still having continued problems. The nausea is kind of like sour stomach. I also have not been able to eat much more than about 1 to 1 1/2 cups of food at a meal.
I've been experiencing nausea/pain in my upper abdomen. It's been constant, in varying degrees, for the past three days. I've tried taking Pepto and drinking 7up and eating saltine crackers, nothing has seemed to alleviate it. I have no idea what might be causing it.
The result is an always full feeling long after eating, food pressing up against your throat, nausea and heartburn. It can also result in very infrequent defecation, and a very hard stool. If these symptoms are similar to what you have been experiencing, you may want to see a gastroenterologist for a stomach emptying test. They can measure the rate at which your stomach empties to determine if this is the cause of your problem.
I suffer from several chronic pain issues and have lately been suffering from a major flare of my pain and medical issues. I've been noticing that when my pain is worse, I've also been experiencing quite a bit of nausea, which sometimes gets to the point of actual vomiting (not often, more often it's just the miserable nauseas feeling).
It is very cold where I live right now, and before my doctors appointment today I was outside cleaning the snow off of my car, and I didn't notice any discomfort or weird sensations. What was the funny throat sensation you had? My throat did have some discomfort that evening I went to the ER, was burny/scratchy due to the acid when vomiting. Even prior to this, I remember as a kid and growing up, when I would throw up, my throat would bother me afterwards in the same way.
Gallbladder dysmotility is one of the causes of postprandial nausea and right upper quadrant pain. To me the left upper quadrant pain and nausea seem to be associated with your reflux/ gastritis problem given your endoscopy findings. Hence they are persisting even after the gall bladder surgery. Chronic pancreatitis is easily picked up on CT abdomen. But as your CT findings are normal the chances of pancreatitis are extremely remote.
I have read a lot on these boards of people complaining of nausea, me included. I have suffered with it daily for months, no relief even from Zofran. One Doc said I had a motility disorder, another one said IBS. I was pretty much confined to home. Read ginger tea helped so tried that, with some relief. Saw a GI doctor at Stanford who suggested Ginger and Acupuncture. I had gotten acupuncture before with great results for sciatic issues. Made an appt with my acupuncture doctor, who is great!
30 in the morning to get to class at university, and only come home at around 7 or 8 at night), and over-exertion during the move. Is it possible that a flu could cause nausea and pain for a few weeks without causing a fever or a runny nose in all that time?
They sent me home with prescriptions for nausea and pain and told me to stay on 40 mgs of Prilosec. I am nauseous all the time and if I try to eat it's even worse. I eat a very healthy diet. No meat, dairy, bread products, fatty foods. I had a banana with a little plain rice last night and about a half hour later I was sick and in pain.I'm eliminating more and more foods because I can't really eat and it's not helping. My bowel movements have changed a little in the last few days.
I am female, 35, don't smoke or drink. I have had nausea and abdominal pain (mostly lrq but sometimes up towards ribs on right side) for the last 3 1/2 months. I have lost 30 lbs so far. I've had upper GI, colonoscopy, ultrasound of gallbladder, CT scans, and numerous blood test, all of which are normal, and have run a low grade fever off and on. The pain goes from a dull ache to severe, depending on activity, or if a doctor pokes around in that area.
My nausea is now pretty much constant (but it’s really strange nausea – because the nausea is originating from my neck or my throat almost, rather than my stomach, like if my boyfriend touches my neck my nausea gets worse and I almost start to gag) and my appetite is very poor. The only other symptom I’ve noticed is head ache and a feeling of pressure in my lower back (kind of like someone is pressing on my back.) I also get a lot of abdominal cramping and pain underneath my rib.
They even checked my liver and pancreas with these blood tests....and still not sure why I am having this pain and nausea. They said it could be flu or food poisoning. Well a week went by and was still in pain and throwing up. The phenergan was not working for the nausea, and I was on a limited diet that consisted of plain toast, when I could eat...and broth when I wasn't feeling well. I had a fever of 102, which went away 4 days later.
I do know that I wake up feeling nauseous nearly everyday. Some days the nausea is worse than on other days. Those are the days when I simply have to go back to bed or it just doesn't get any better.
gallbladder issues creep up and can give nausea without pain. I'd double check that and maybe do a ultrasound/HIDA scan just to double check and make sure that is working ok. Also liver/pancrease function tests would be a good idea to check and see if there's a chance of gallbladder stones causing problems. You can do the diet and at the same time look into that if you haven't ruled out gallbladder yet. Good luck.
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