Peace; I have been experiencing gagging and nausea in the mornings for almost 10 months now. In October last year I had an emergency gal bladder removal, I assumed that was the cause.. After the surgery the feeling went away for almost 2 months. The symptom has now returned and I am confused and frustrated. Sometimes the nausea stays with me all day, and I have no craving for food, I can't even look at or smell food. While I could stand to lose some weight, I am scared. I stopped taking aspirin because I did use it quite a bit and do not take any pain killers at all.
These symptoms in the morning have affected my ability to work. I am 53 male. Any insight is greatly appreciated.
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