Hi all. I have seen many doctors about my profile to no avail. All tests come back normal and no one has any idea what is wrong with me. I am a very healthy 24 year old white male.
For almost two years, I have been continually nauseous. Sometimes I am more nauseous than others, but I am always nauseous. Yes, it is as bad as it sounds. I never vomit nor have the urge to vomit. No, it is not GERD.
I could go on and on listing all the things that have been ruled out but figure that someone may have heard of this particular situation. I also have this tenderness/pain about an inch below my sternum. In other words, if I press in deeply below my sternum it hurts very much, almost like the nausea originates from that point. And yes, my abdominal CT and gallbladder ultrasound were both normal.
Although I have found no patterns in my diet, since I am nauseous all the time, I still am hoping/think this is a food intolerance that I have not yet figured out. And no, I am not gluten intolerant.
Any ideas would be much appreciated. Thanks.
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