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Have constantly had nausea and heartburn. Why do I get dizzy theses days?

hi, I am a 16 year old, I have constantly felt nausea , heartburn and indigestion whenever I ate. Sometimes i cannot even sleep at night. Along with that I have had some upper abdominal pain (stomach area) as well as pain in the right side of my back towards the upper part of my abdomen. I have been to a nephrologist and have had full tests for my kidney, liver, gall bladder , as well as urine and blood tests, showing negative results. I really haven t been feeling well at all and I have started to feel dizzy these days. Any suggestions?
Asked On : Thu, 13 Sep 2012
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I suggest you see a gastroenterologist to perform endoscopy of your Gastro intestinal tract.
In addition you may be required to undergo more tests to rule out malabsorption syndrome too.
hope this has helped you
get well soon
Answered: Fri, 21 Sep 2012
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