For the past two weeks, I have consistent morning and after eating nausea. The nausea is worse in the morning when I first wake up especially while I am brushing my teeth. It has gotten so bad I gag and regurgitate stomach acid during this process. On some days, I may have a bowel movement but nothing major (sorry if that is too much information). The only thing that makes me feel a little better is ginger ale and saltine crackers. The nausea decreases during the day; however, after I eat it comes back but not as bad. This past week I have been so nauseous :(. I'm not sure it is my diet because I am a pretty healthy eater. I have reduced my refine and process sugar and food intake as well as meat excluding shrimp, salmon, and fish. I am definitely not pregnant! I have an appointment with my gastronologist to make sure my Ulcerative Colitis is not flaring. I was diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis in 2004 and have been in remission since 2005; furthermore, I have systematic lupus and Raynaud’s syndrome.
Any advice or insight is greatly appreciated...I want to be inform before I see my physician tomorrow.
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