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Nausea, vomiting, pain in head while coughing and sneezing. Has reflux returned?

Thank so much ! I do have a question. I had reflux a few years ago, and managed to beat it by taking nexium capsules, I hope that s the right spelling, and just last week I woke up and felt nothing but nausea , in fact I was actually hungry when I woke up, but the body was pushing to vomit what ever I can, little fluid came, it s when I went to have some food that I vomited straightaway. I went to see my local GP, and he said reflux is a good indication that it s come back. I ve been taking the medication but I m really now thinking that what ever I have since 4 days ago which is primarily pain in my brain if I cough or sneez, and I just want a second opinion because I m not getting any heart burns at all, even if I breath in or out enough, this usually triggers my cough, and reaction from the brain like pain similar to a head ache. Please let me know to the best of your experience
Asked On : Sun, 24 Feb 2013
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Dear User ,

thank you for reaching out for advice , reflux tends to reoccur and the nausea could be strongly related to your reflux disease which might also cause headache - hard to imagine i know- but yet it does . anyhow if you are still worried regarding your headache you can ask your GP to order an MRI for you it might assure you that you dont have anything wrong in your brain .

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Dr . Ahmad
Answered: Mon, 10 Jun 2013
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