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Feel nausea, gaged and vomiting after eating. Feel shaky. Could be due to hormones or pre menopause?

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i have been having this problem for sometime now and it happens about once a month a few nights ago after eating a few hours laterf i got real nasous and gaged but never actually threw up i eventually laid down and went to sleep tonight i am very nasous and gaging but only spitting up i feel real shaking could this be hormones and pre menapause
Posted Wed, 24 Jul 2013 in Women's Health
Follow-up: Feel nausea, gaged and vomiting after eating. Feel shaky. Could be due to hormones or pre menopause? 6 minutes later
i have also been having trouble sleeping at night waking up about every two to three houses and sometimes not being able to go back to sleep at all i have also woke up in a sweet i asked my dr and and he said i was to young since my mom never went threw menapsue til she was about 45 or 50
Answered by Dr. Chetna Jain 6 days later
Menopause can occur between age 40 to 54. Night sweats are a common feature. You can do FSH blood test on day 3 of periods fasting and if values are below 10 then it's not menopause. Gagging choking and nausea are not related to menopause. Try using some antacid and consult an ENT specialist.
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