Intermittent nausea

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Hello - I am 46 yrs old, very healthy, and an RN. I am one week late with my menses....and have many pregancy symptoms. A home pregnancy test 2...

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I am 10 days away from my period therefore a pregnancy test at home will tell me nothing. Im wondering if I have the flu or could be pregnant, I...

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You may take simple medications for nausea and pain. It's important to see a general surgeon to rule out appendix

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I am a 55 year old woman, not overweight, generally a good diet, and no other health issues other than slight raise in blood pressure. Currently...

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Hello. I have 9 yr old with no chronic/significant medical problems. He was nauseous earlier this evening. He began vomiting about 2 hours ago. He...

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Sorry doc, I'm a bit scared right now. I've been having some odd non-specific symptoms and I keep worrying about cancer. I haven't been dx with...

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I have had lower right quadrant abdominal pain on and off for a year. Pain comes on with eating and without eating as well. Pain wraps around to my...

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I am having intermittent nausea that doesn't seem to be caused by anything or worsened/better by anything. When i become nauseous it seems to be...

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Hi, I have a 16 year old daughter who keeps going warm and feeling nauseous. She was ill in January with a vomitting bug and doesn t seem to be...

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Hello. I am 38 year old female with diagnosis's of galactorrhea, tinnitus and history of histoplasmosis as a child, take no medications who had RLQ...

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