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Consistent nausea after food, low appetite, recently had menopause. Hormone related?

55 yo female, 6 weeks nausea , no pattern, no other intestinal/head/back symptoms...often appears 1+ hrs after any food, no appetite ...unless feeling better, no apparent vomiting...appears like VERY slow digestion (of a sort). Taking enzymes for digestion (for many years). Nothing prolonged like this, before. Fibroids , recent menopause. Hormone related? Blood tests all clear, no Hep.
Asked On : Thu, 24 Jan 2013
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Dear Madam,

Thanks for reposing faith in us. I can fully understand your concern. You can rest assured that your problem will be addressed to its logical conclusion.

However, I would deeply appreciate if you could provide me with additional information which will help us to reach to a firm diagnosis/modality of treatment :-

1. Any weight gain (and its quantum) in the last few months/years
2. Bowel habits - constipation/random diarrhea, bloating and distension of abdomen after meals
3. Mood swings, irritability, anxiety, sleep disturbances, easy fatigability, excessive hair fall etc..
4. Ulcers in mouth, over tongue
5. Acidity symptoms?
6. Any medications or hormones that you are taking at present

I shall be looking forward to hearing from you at the earliest.

In the meanwhile, please take Tab xxx(10mg) one tablet THRICE daily, 1/2 hour before each meal.

Finally, let me assure you of my full support to the best of my knowledge and vast experience.

In anticipation of an immediate reply,

Fond Regards,

Dr. Karanwal
Answered: Tue, 24 Sep 2013
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