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On treatment for UC, have vomiting, nausea, low appetite, metallic taste in mouth, severe back pain. Guidance?

I am currently being treated for U C for the past few weeks I been experiencing vomiting , nausea , severe back pain flue like symptoms and rigors that can last up to 4 hours, I have a complkete loss of appetite in fact have not eaten a solid meal for 12 days, whatever i do eat or drink tastes mettalic. I am taking mercatopurine 25mg per day and sulfasalizine 4 x 500 mg per day, I dont see any sign of improvement
Asked On : Fri, 7 Dec 2012
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The symptoms you are experiencing are related to UC and the drugs your are taking.

Can ask your GI specialist to give a drug against nausea.

Although you are not eating solids, you can prepare soups as they are nutritious and won't give problems when passing the motion.

Metallic taste could be a sign of possible stomach problems (gastritis, GERD, ulcer,etc.). Can start antiacids and omeprazole and ask GI to do fibrogastroscopy.

All the best!
Answered: Sat, 23 Nov 2013
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