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Suffering from Nausea

Hi, i am feeling nausea but it is not accompnied by vomiting. Also I am suferring severe loose motions. Is it two diffrent ailments together? Can i be pregnent ? I am yet to have my period(5 days). Please help.
Asked On : Wed, 25 May 2011
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OBGYN 's  Response
Hi ,
In pregnancy there is nausea but loose motions can be due to intestinal cause.To be on safer side take doxylamine tablets and sporlac tablet or sachet .Take electrolyte powder , drink lot of water , eat rice , khichdi, curd and banana.If loose motions are more , IV fluids are to be given.
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General & Family Physician Dr. Ramesh M.Vachharajani's  Response
As you have nausea along with loose motions i.e. you are suffering from gastro enteritis.
Take plenty of water with lemon juice and salt.
Take tablet for nausea like domperidon,for loose motion you may take furazolidin,loperamide or ofloxcailin with tinidazole.
Consult your doctor for treatment as there is risk of dehydration.
Ok and bye.
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