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Random Waves of Nausea? - January 8th 2012, 06:44 PM

For about 6 months maybe, I sometimes feel sick for up to maybe 2 minutes completely out of the blue and it's always fairly intense. I'll lose focus on whatever I was doing and can't do anything until I've stopped feeling like throwing up. I never do throw up but urge. Then after the 2 mins I feel absolutely fine, like it never happened. To be a bit more precise, since this started, it might happen every hour for maybe 4 hours then also the following day, sometimes not. Then it won't happen again for maybe 3 weeks.

I never thought much of this, it's always been such a minor thing I never thought about going to a doctor and it's never played on my mind. Suppose I pretended it never happens?

Well anyway I've recently found out I had an STI which I didn't have a clue about and looked up symptoms online and nausea is one of them... apparently. So when I went to get treated I said I've read this online and that not long before the nausea started I did have unprotected sex which is where I could have gotten it from. Unfortunately I was told this isn't a symptom by this professional

I was told I could go see my GP about this but that they wouldn't do anything about it

Anyone got any ideas what could be causing my random feelings of sickness? It's on my mind a bit now after thinking I found the cause of it, now I'm back to not a clue.
   
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Re: Random Waves of Nausea? - January 8th 2012, 06:57 PM

If I were you I would go and see your GP. I'd be very surprised if your doctor can't do -anything-. Most STDs are treatable. If it can't be treated i'm sure he'll be able to give you anti-sickness tablets to help with the nausea. The sickness may be caused by the STD but it could be something else. Go get it checked out.
   
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Re: Random Waves of Nausea? - January 8th 2012, 07:34 PM

I agree with Lottie. See your GP. I've had several occasions where one doctor says something and then my GP will completely disagree and treat me.

Even if it's not a symptom for the STI, your GP could help you figure out what is causing your nausea. You said you had unprotected sex, so have you considered you could be pregnant? If you had unprotected sex (no condom, no birth control, etc) then there is a chance so you should take a pregnancy test or go to your GP to get one done.

If that's not what you think it is, I still say your GP Otherwise I'm not really sure what could just cause nausea at random times like that. Keeping a journal of when it happens, what you've ate, etc could definitely help you figure out if there is a trigger.
   
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