constant nausea, abdominal pain, head ache, fatigue.?
i am 14 and have noticed over the past few months i would have bouts of strong nausea, i wouldnt vomit or gag but just have that gaggy type feeling in my throat.
just recently i ate lunch at school and in Bio my stomach starting KILLING me like bad! i felt like i was going to throw up. but i didnt.
i went to the nurses office and laid down and i was fine after 5 minutes.
i have also been very very tired all the time, when i sleep i can stay awake and fell fine for at least 5 hrs.
can someone PLEASE help me?!
this has been going on for months and i dont know what to do
Answer by …
To be honest, you can’t know until you see a doctor.
It could be something very, very simple and innocent. And it could not be something not so..
When i was 15, i felt like this for a couple of months and ended being diagnosed with mono. I didn’t have the sore throat or swollen glands or anything. My spleen was swollen though.
If you have a swollen spleen and do sports or drink a lot of alcohol – it can cause pretty major problems.
Go and see a doctor! Don’t suffer if you don’t have to..
constant nausea: constant nausea, abdominal pain, head ache, fatigue.?
Sudden Abdominal pain mainly upper abdominal. bloated feeling. Induced vomiting to have some relief! whats up?
just came down with intense upper abdominal pain with horrible bloated feeling. had to induce vomiting in order to relieve some of the discomfort. I have no appetite and drinking any fluid results in feeling even more bloated. I feel the urge to burp or to have a bowel movement but to no avail. there doesn’t seem to be any fever. no sore throat, no runny nose, and no cough!
Answer by Steven
you might have a stomach flu or virus. I’d see a doctor about that.
Answer by KB929
You may have some sort of intestinal blockage, considering adding any more food or water to your stomach causes bloating and nausea.
Answer by Yuanzhong
According to the description, you could suffer from constipation.
Accompanied symptoms include abdominal distention, abdominal pain, poor appetite, dizziness, halitosis, anal fissure, hemorrhoid, bloody stools, sweating, shortness of breath, dizziness and palpitation.
Qi Stagnation in the Intestines
Chief Manifestations: Dry or not very dry stools,urgency to defecate but having difficulty in passing stools,borborygmus, passing gas, distending pain in the abdomen, fullness in the chest and hypochondriac area, frequent belching, poor appetite, thin and greasy tongue coating, wiry pulse.
Therapeutic Methods: To restore the free flow of qi and relieve stagnation.
vomiting feeling: Sudden Abdominal pain mainly upper abdominal. bloated feeling. Induced vomiting to have some relief! whats up?
Constant nausea and abdominal pain, is it gallbladder?
I’ve had “tummy troubles” since I was a little kid (I’m 21 now). I had an endoscopy when I was 16, tested normal for Crohn’s, etc, and my GI specialist said it was IBS. Fast forward to about 6 months ago. I began feeling nauseous much more often and was experiencing upper abdominal pain, so I saw a new GI specialist. He was convinced that all my problems were due to constipation, and after two different colonoscopy preps (just to clean me out), nothing had improved. I decided to just put up with it.
However, about one month ago, I woke up in the middle of the night with severe (9-10) right upper quadrant pain. Since then, every meal makes me feel nauseous, especially fatty foods, and I have a constant ache on my right side that occasionally becomes severe. My family doc said it sounded like gallbladder issues, since I have a family history of gallbladder disease, and sent me for blood tests and an abdominal ultrasound, which both came out normal. I know constant nausea is not normal, so what’s the problem? I’m going in for a second opinion tomorrow. I have missed way too much school and work because of this, and frankly, I’m sick of it.
Answer by Foremost authority
Sounds like gallbladder to me, have more tests.
Answer by Jean
It definitely sounds like your gallbladder to me. I had the exact same symptoms and passed all the tests (ultrasound, HIDA scan, etc…). I also had a family history of gallbladder disease, so my doctor sent me to a surgeon. I had my gallbladder taken out via laparoscopy and all the symptoms went away. Best of luck!
constant nausea: Constant nausea and abdominal pain, is it gallbladder?
I can’t tolerate any food on my stomach lately I just want to vomit.I’m in constant nausea and abdominal pain?
HELP ME! What’s happening?? This never happened beforeeee. i feel so sick…
Answer by peteybug76
If this seems to be an ongoing problem you need to talk to a doctor ASAP if it just started happening it is probably a viral infection try to stay hydrated and within 48 hours it should pass.
Answer by Bailey
You should definitely see a doctor right away, before you get worse. You may have caught a virus or something. get well soon
Answer by c m
This happened to me last year, what the problem was that my gallbladder had suddenly stopped working meaning that the bile produced was not empting out quickly enough and began to back up and make me very sick. To get by i would suggest getting some of those carnation liquid breakfast packets and get in to see your doctor asap. The only difference is with me i could not hold down solid food period for three weeks before they figured it out and I had to have the gallbladder removed.
constant nausea: I can’t tolerate any food on my stomach lately I just want to vomit.I’m in constant nausea and abdominal pain?