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    Old 07-26-2017, 10:27 AM   #1
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    Nausea in the morning

    Hello,

    I wanted to get suggestions on any recommendations on early morning nausea - 36 year old femail, wake time is at 5am, and I feel nausea as I'm doing my home office work. I have a light breakfast, usually between 5:45am and 6:15am. Diet in the evening is generally healthy and I've removed caffeine and various foods from the equation to rule them out. My PCP has ruled out a lot of bloodwork and autoimmune factors. I was wondering if anyone has any recommendations on things that may help.

    Thanks!

     
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    Old 07-27-2017, 05:10 PM   #2
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    Re: Nausea in the morning

    Do you wake up with nausea? Does it come on after breakfast?

    In the meantime, as you try to figure out what it is, you can use ginger to feel better. Fresh raw ginger steeped like tea is an excellent fix for nausea.

     
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    Re: Nausea in the morning

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    Do you wake up with nausea? Does it come on after breakfast?

    In the meantime, as you try to figure out what it is, you can use ginger to feel better. Fresh raw ginger steeped like tea is an excellent fix for nausea.

    It is there immediately after wake-up. It is there after breakfast for a time, then resolves closer to lunch.

     
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    Re: Nausea in the morning

    I was going to suggest that your nausea might be caused by low blood sugar but you said you went for a blood test that ruled a lot of things out. Did the blood test rule out low blood sugar?

    I assume the blood test required fasting. How did you feel on the morning of the blood test when you probably didn't eat anything until much later?

     
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    Re: Nausea in the morning

    Along with the nausea do you have a bad taste in your mouth when you wake up?
    I wonder if you may have reflux.

     
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