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Chronic nausea, acid reflux, anemia. Taking iron vitamins. Abdominal ultrasound normal. Causes for symptoms?

I have chronic nausea , all day, everyday. Ive had an abdominal ultrasound and it came back normal. When i was 12 i was diagnosed with acid reflex but the meds for it havent been helping. i was also told that i was anemic and ive been taking iron vitamins but the nausea has yet to subside. What else could it be? I just want this to go away so i can live life normally. I cant keep living like this for much longer
Asked On : Sat, 2 Feb 2013
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This may be due to mesenteric artery syndrome, when the mesenteric artery compresses the intestines. It may also be due to gastroparesis, which is abnormal motility in the stomach and this causes food to stay in the stomach for log periods and decreased gastric emptying.Gastroparesis is usually improved when you eat more frequent smaller portions
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