I'm a relatively healthy 41 yr old female. Had my gallbladder out 18 mos ago. For the last several months, I've had this recurrent nausea mainly after eating. Its getting progressively worse, but I really have no other symptoms. (Well, constant fatigue, but my PCP thinks I may have a sleep disorder). Anyway, I'll go to the GI just to get checked out, but I was wondering if anyone can even diagnose an illness based on just the symptom of nausea. Unfortunately, my neuroses cause me to jump straight to a diagnosis of cancer when there is absolutely no reason to suspect such. Any ideas?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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