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Constant Nausea and vomiting

Unread postby HealthForum » Sun Mar 27, 2011 12:20 pm

I am 21 years old..
I have been suffering with constant nausea and vomiting since May of 07. I am on 1200 mg of prescription Zantac and 900 mg of Tigan (nausea relief pills) and nothing seems to work. I am not pregnant. I have woken up every morning for the past 8 months throwing up stomach acid. (Dark yellow bile) When I try to eat something I throw it back up. The Tigan helps some and marijuana helps a lot to keep the excruciating nausea under some what control.
Test done:
5/22/07 EGD (normal)
5/24/07 Gastro Empty (normal)
6/27/07 PH test (didn’t complete because there was no way we were getting that tube down my nose!)
7/16/07 Bravo (could not sedate me) the doctors wont try again on me.
9/27/07 UGI-SBF *Upper GI Series (deglutition and esophageal motility are normal. The GE Junction is unremarkable. No signs or gastric masses or active ulcers and mucosa seems Intact. * Small Bowel Follow Through (preliminary abdominal film is unremarkable. Small bowel is normal. No intrinsic or extrinsic masses are suggested.

I do have irregular food habits because of my nausea and i do skip quite a few meals but when i feel like i can keep it down i try to eat all day so my stomach will have something on it. I dont eat oily or spicy food it kills me along with alcohol. I do feel bloated like i cant eat anymore. Bowel movements are ok.

It is very debilitating and hard to go through the day. I also feel the same way as zenaleigh does.
“But some how they gotta help it go away. It’s getting to the point where I can’t eat. Everything I eat or drink causes nausea.” This is the truth! What could be causing this? The three specialists I have seen don’t know what to do for me. So they referred me to MUSC (medical university of South Carolina) to see a specialist there. Can anyone give me any kind of advise???

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