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Constant gagging, dizziness, sick feeling, normal blood test results, scheduled for barium meal. Suggestions?

My brother suffers with constant gagging and more recently dizziness and sickness . he can hardly go out as when he does he gags . In left couple of days he has been sick after eating. He has had blood tests but nothing has shown up. He has a barium meal next week. My concern is he could have another 3 Weeks of this as will.have to wait for results.
Asked On : Sun, 30 Sep 2012
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How old is your brother? , since how long does he have this problem?
Is it just gagging or with vomitting?
Is it making him weak.? Is he having muscular wekness along with dizziness?
It could be anything from his esophageal condition to neurological problem.
If there is nothing in barium study, he may need a neurologist opinion as he has giddiness.
Answered: Wed, 25 Sep 2013
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