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Stomach problem, persistent nausea, pregnancy negative, PCOD?

Ive been back and forth with my doctor for about a month about stomach issues. For the last little while I have had nausea everyday and not felt well. For the last two nights in the middle of the night, I have woke up and been sick. I am not pregnat and Im very concerned as my doctor doesnt know what to think besides PCOD but he has taken no action. I am an 18 year old college student and I am searching for awnsers.
Asked On : Thu, 26 Apr 2012
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hai, you have nausea every day , disturbed sleep along with diagnosed PCOD. if you have been given any medication for PCOD kindly check whether it cause nausea and consult your gynaecologist and change your medication if possible. try to know much about PCOD so that you get clear your doubts. worrying too much may affect your sleep. give me more details about other assosiated symptoms when you didnt experience nausea. All the best. I wish you early cure.
Answered: Thu, 26 Apr 2012
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