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Nausea, stomach pain, vomiting post eating, intense burping, headache that ease on lying down in the dark. What could it be?

Since The beginning of the year, Everytime I eat, 5-10 minutes after i eat, my stomach hurts, and i feel really nauseous and i feel like im going to throw up. but sometimes i do and sometimes i dont. It doesnt just stay in the middle of my stomach either, the pain will move from the left side to the right side. I am only 5 0, and only 24 years old and a female, and my blood pressure is usually 100/90 or something like that, I dont recall having a fever , just burping alot and nauseated and i also get headaches some of my headaches are so bad that i have to lay down with the lights off
Fri, 25 Oct 2013
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From history it seems that you might be having acid reflux causing this problem.
Take Omiprazole or Pentaprazole medicine for few days.
Avoid fried, chillies and junk food.
Take light diet.
Having headache might be migraine and go for investigations for it.
Ok and take care.
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