Recently I have been feeling really hungry all of a sudden, then when I eat I feel really sick after I've ate and sometimes be sick or just feel sick for an hour or soo.. Does anyone know what this could be?
A clinical examination is very important for correct diagnosis. Feeling nauseous after meals can be due to several reasons. Food allergy is common after eating foods containing wheat or dairy products.Indigestion, GERD, infrequent eating all can lead to nausea after meals. Food poisoning and gall stones could be few other possibilities. Try taking light food and avoid spicy fried food for some time. If the symptoms persist or are severe seeking the opinion of a physician will be helpful.
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