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Stomach pain, nausea, sick feeling on going out in the sun, relief on getting indoors. Is it normal?

It has been very hot where I live in the 100s for a coupleweeksnow, every time I go out in the heat my stomach hurts , feel nauseated, just really don t feel well.. I m drinking plenty. As soon as I get inside and cool down I get better. But I can t be out in the heat for more then 15minutes without it effecting me. I don t even want to eat. Is this a normal thing, it has never happened before
Asked On : Sat, 30 Jun 2012
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Dec 2015
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We understand your concerns

I went through your concerns. I suppose the heat outside is taking its toll. The problems and symptoms you are facing are typical to hot climate. From the description, I conclude that you are not that familiar with hot climate. You are forced to drink more water due to the dehydration and therefore you lose apetite as the apetiser juices produced by the stomach organs are diluted again and again. This is also healthy in a way. This diluted liquids induces acidity and hence nausea. Nausea should happen whenever you are moving or working in the afternoon, no relation with being outside but certainly have relation with work and being in hot sun.

Take rest for two days and you should feel better.
Hope this answers your query. Available for further clarifications.
Good luck.
Answered: Mon, 21 Oct 2013
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