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Every time I eat I feel nauseous afterwards. What does that mean?

Asked by lunabean (625 points ) February 1st, 2010

No matter what I eat, I always have this feeling of needing to vomit. What could be causing it?

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njnyjobs's avatar

Your statement is too vague . . . you can be pregnant, have low blood sugar, ate too much food with MSG.

Did this feeling just started?

sevenfourteen's avatar

this could be oodles of things… anything else goin on?

lunabean's avatar

nothing is going on that i’ve noticed. I’m not pregnant and most likely don’t have a low blood sugar. unless anemia has something to do with it?

mowens's avatar

I blame Canada.

sevenfourteen's avatar

well then your best bet is to go to the doctor because they can run tests. It could be something you ate a while ago that your stomach isn’t handling.. either way it’s pretty much impossible to diagnose off of one symptom

slick44's avatar

sounds like your body is lacking somthing. do u take any vitamins?

lunabean's avatar

i haven’t taken vitamins in a about a year and this sick feeling is something that started about two weeks ago.

Sophief's avatar

Are you dieting and have body issues?

Nullo's avatar

Do you have an appetite, or no?

lunabean's avatar

not dieting and no body issues. also i do have an appetite when i eat.

CaptainHarley's avatar

You may have an ulcer. Please visit your physician.

Nullo's avatar

No other irregularities?

lunabean's avatar

an ulcer would not be a good thing :( hopefully it’s not that. i can’t think of anything else that could tie in with what i’m feeling.

CaptainHarley's avatar

Most ulcers are caused by bacterial infections which can be easily treated. Do you eat a lot of spicy foods by any chance?

lunabean's avatar

i usually eat a lot of asian foods and i don’t have the symptoms for a gallbladder problem.

lunabean's avatar

i noticed another thing. i have random dizziness throughout the day. nothing crazy, just a little bit of vertigo. also sometimes when i lay down i feel like the room is spinning. not usre if that has anything to do with the nausea but figured i’ mention it anyway.

CaptainHarley's avatar

That particular combination of problems doesn’t ring any bells with me. You really need to get a checkup and talk these symptoms over with your physician.

sevenfourteen's avatar

The dizzyness is probably only second to the feeling nauseous. When your body vomits all of your body systems go crazy which can make you dizzy and lightheaded..

blancour's avatar

I have these exact problems. Did you ever find out what was wrong?

lunabean's avatar

nope i never found out, but the symptoms went away on their own.

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