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Sudden bouts of nausea, tongue ulcers, bloating and cramping. Taking omeprazole. Blood test normal

I m 17 and femlale. I have random bouts of sudden nausea which I have been getting on and off since I was 12, I used to just get them at the end of the year when the weather was getting warmer but now I got them at any time. It would happen in a way that I would suddenly feel incredibly warm and as though I would have to throw up. It would usually pass in about 2-3 minutes, I would experience this about 4-5 times a day. I also get tongue ulcers regularly and an itchy bumpy rash that can turn up on any part of my body. My bloods came back fine. I also sometimes get an upset stomach, bloating and cramping-and just general nausea. I take two omeprazole a day which doesn t do anything..
Asked On : Tue, 2 Apr 2013
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The cluster of symptoms and duration in your case are suggestive of a chronic condition which is having relapses and is getting progressively worse. Going by your age and history there are some conditions which could be suspected.

It is also important to know if you have any symptoms of loose motions, mucus in your stools or any bleeding. It is also important to know if you have any difficulty in swallowing and if this is present only to solids or liquids or both.

After a detailed history, examination and investigations and an endoscopy/sigmoidoscopy and imaging could provide some more information about the condition.

Depending on the outcome of these questions and investigations, we would be in a better position to come to a conclusion.
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