Persistent nausea could be a result of inflammation of the stomach
lining. You mention that the doctor found a small polyp and removed it.
Usually, these are called Hyperplastic polyps or inflammatory polyps
In other words this happens from inflammation of the lining of the
stomach and we call it "Chronic Gastritis". Metaclopramide or Reglan
is a drug that improves contractions of the stomach and helps emptying
of gastric contents into the intestine and it for control of nausea. It does
have potential side effects such as shakiness of the hands, almost like
Parkinson like symptoms in some, especially with higher doses.
If you are not on any PPI like Omeprazole, Lansoprazole
, these are available over the counter in drug stores. Try
taking one of these once or twice a day about an hour to an hour and a half
before meals. This should help.
I am glad that you are scheduled for an ultrasound
exam to rule out gallstones.
I wish you well.