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Chronic nausea: what helps?

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • May 17, 2015
  • 01:18 AM

Ever since last June, I have been struggling with chronic nausea. I don't know what caused it, but it came out of nowhere and it won't go away. I have been diagnosed with IBS and anxious stomach but the thing is- it isn't anxious stomach. I have anxiety but I know the difference between anxious stomach and feeling sick for no reason. I had an endoscopy done and it came back perfectly normal. I've been to the OBGYN and they told me I have endometriosis but it wouldn't have anything to do with my chronic nausea.

I have tried every diet, medicine, acupuncture, massage- everything. I have been to multiple doctors and I'm told that I'm crazy and there is nothing wrong.

When I start to feel sick, my upper and lower abdomen feel like they are burning and there is a very very sharp cramping feeling. I never throw up, but it's the constant feeling that I am going to. I feel so much pressure in my lower abdomen and it feels like it pushes up and to the left. I know that sounds ridiculous.

I have to take unisom every night in order to fall asleep because the nausea keeps me up. I was on zofran for awhile but it got to the point where it wouldn't work.

I really need help and support. No one believes me but they won't preform any test because my endoscopy came back normal. If anyone has advice, I would greatly appreciate it.

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  • I also have had the same thing wrong with me and my gastro doctor doesn't know what is wrong and I also am on Zofran.My doctor has run tests and still nothing..i just want to know what is wrong with me
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