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Hyperactive Gag Reflex and Nausea

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  • Posted By: substancep
  • April 3, 2012
  • 00:58 AM

Hi, I'm a 27 yo male, average weight, height, no diseases or any medication condition,normal BMI, normal sugar level, normal cholesterol level and normal blood pressure. I have a healthy and active lifestyle. I'm a swimmer for 24 years and last year I started to experiencing hyperactive gag reflex/ nausea while swimming and rinsing my mouth after brushing my teeth.

I went to check up with my family doctor last year, she said it's ear infection, so she prescribed me antibiotic and ear drop. I didn't think my condition is that big of deal but it's been like a year, the ear infection its gone...now it started to bother me because i still experiencing hyperactive gag reflex/ nausea every morning and night when I rinsing my mouth and swimming. I noticed that my mucus is clear so i know it's not infection but still unknown what could possibly cause the symptoms.

I wonder if someone has ever had a problem like this? Thanks for any input.

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