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Suffering from abdominal migraines. Feeling nauseous. What could be the cause?

I m 14, and I ve gotten what a doctor calls abdominal migraines before, except since pretty much the beginning of the school year I ve been nauseous on and off all the time, whether I ve eaten or not, especially at the start and end of the day. My parents smoke , though not inside the house, and I was wondering whether this could be a factor, or whether it s stress , or something else.
Tue, 11 Jun 2013
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Hi Dear,
Stop taking lot of junk food and cola . it causes frequent gastritis and nauseating feeling.
You should start taking some antacid liquid regularly like digene gel etc and antiacid medicine like lansaprozole for two to three weeks.
Keeping your self empty stomach especially in the morning also leads to extra acid and juices in the stomach underutilized , they also cause lot of acidity and nauseating feeling
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