Every time I eat, I feel sick right afterwards and it lasts for a few minutes but I start gagging and I have to try to hold my food in. I have only vomited very very few times and usually it is just me spitting a little something out but still it is a constant gagging and feeling sick. I have always had a problem with food but for the past 2 years or so, it has gotten to the point where it happens after every meal. I don't like breakfast food because breakfast makes me feel the worst. I thouht perhaps it was what I was eating but it happens with anything. Maybe I am eating too fast? I am 5ft1inch and a size 0 or sometimes 1. Am I overeating? Is this a mental thing? Am I eating too fast and getting full before I stop? I already eat very little though. Is this a problem I should look into or is it normal?
HI- This is definitely not normal. I would first see your doctor and you might need to be referred to a gastroenterologist- a specialist in digestive diseases who can determine the cause of your nausea.
Are you taking any kind of medication or vitamins in the morning. Sometimes those can cause nausea if taken on an empty stomach.
Slippery Elm is very soothing and healing to the digestive tract, and completely safe. Pick some up at a health food store, and add it to some tea.
Ginger is great for preventing and aleviating nausea, but if this has been going on a long time you should see a doctor. You can try a digestive enzyme complex, too. This should help with food sensitivities, and can even end acid reflux.
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