I guess I will start by listing my main symptoms:
first of all, I've always felt motion sickness or car-sickness when in the car or doing anything that usually warrants that type of feeling. I've always been sensitive.
Lately I've always felt nauseated, but no vomiting. Dizzy, but no spinning. Fatigue, overall just sick feeling. I'm a 28yr. old female. I have one child. I have gallstones & occasionally have gallbladder "attacks", although not lately.
I've always had anxiety & panic attacks, but hadn't had them come up more often until lately....
Needless to say when I'm nauseated & dizzy, I'm not so into eating. So that's been hard. I'm never sure what to do when I feel sick cuz I want to eat to try & help, but I can't seem to do it.
It just kind of started one day when, as usual, a 5-10 minute car ride left me practically incapacitated.... But where it usually wears off after about 30 mins. of fresh air or laying down, this has just never really went away. If I'm lucky it kind of ebbs & flows, but is pretty consistant. So I've been laying in bed as much as possible because that's where I feel the most comfortable, when I'm not moving.
It's getting to the point where I think I should try some of the over the counter meds or the wrist braclets or something, but I can't help but feeling that there is something more going on....It just doesn't make sense. When I was 15 I had a 9lb benign tumor on one ovary, so deep down I feel like I have some horrible tumor growing or brain cancer. :( I hope I'm over exaggerating...
I've also been told I'm might have slight issues with my liver in addition to my gallbladder. But I thought that resolved after I had my child 3 yrs ago.
Please help if you can, or free feel to ask more questions....
I'm sooo miserable & sick & uncomfortable & just can't do a ***n thing!!
I'm dying for some help & insight! Doctors always just say, "it's nothing serious, try this cream" or something completely unhelpful....
Thanks for listening,
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