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Feeling nauseous and bump formation after an injury on head. Suffer from anxiety. Cause of nausea?

hi, i banged my head 6 and a half hours ago, theres a small bump, and no pain, just feel nauseous, but i don't know if that is due to the anxiety , as i suffer from anxiety attacks, im having one now, and have had them on and off for a few hours , i get burping with my anxiety, so i don't know if that is the cause of the nausea , please help me thank you
Asked On : Sat, 6 Apr 2013
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The nausea that you are feeling is probably due to the anxiety.
What you can do is that take an antacid like a pantoprazole 40mg 2 hours before meals. Have this tablet for five days.
If you are still experiencing nausea which is getting worse or you are having a severe headache associated with the nausea then it could be a cause for concern.
Answered: Thu, 25 Apr 2013
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