For the past ten months I have been experiencing nausea ranging from minor to very intense. Not after all meals, but at least once or twice a day after I eat. I kept a food journal in the earlier stages but after I saw no reoccurring pattern between what I was eating I gave up. Sometimes the nausea actually causes me to vomit after eating. I have also experienced symptoms of diarrhea multiple times a day. I have even noticed that I am not able to fully digest some foods, including lettuce, carrots, and noodles. The first time I saw my health care professional she thought it might be a reaction to the birth control pills I was one. She suggested I go off birth control to see if it helped, and I did for four months. This did not help at all. I went to see her again recently and she recommended calling a gastrointestinal specialist. I am wondering if anyone knows what this could be as it has become a little worrisome that it has persisted this long without getting better.
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