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Feeling constant nausea without vomiting, stomach ache and headache. PG test negative. What's wrong?

Jan 2013
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costant nausea without vomiting for like 4 days, only throw up once. feeling like something stuck in my troat,stomachache little headaches. feeling i wanna urinate (sometimes I do but other times i wont) seems it comes when i sit down. something like hot flashes I have two kids an def not pregnant (MIrena) and i tried pregnancy test 2 negative
Posted Mon, 3 Sep 2012 in Women's Health
Answered by Dr. Mayank Bhargava 5 hours later
Thanks for posting your query.
Do you have abdominal bloating/ increased flatulence/ spasmodic abdominal pain and fever?
You may have acute bacterial gastroenteritis as there is increased frequency of using washroom, nausea.
You should consult with physician/ gastrophysician and go for following investigations: Complete blood count, thyroid profile, renal function test, ultrasound imaging and UGI endoscopy.
If all these investigations are normal then you should also consult with psychiatrist as zoloft may also cause nausea feeling.
I think this will solve your query. Put your views also.
Best regards,
Dr. Mayank Bhargava
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