My mother is acting weired. She is bloating and nausaus. Not on her period. She ate a salad with some peperchinies. Is that what is making her sick? If not then what is? She has felt this way before when she ate something bad. What can I do for her? Or what can I give her other wise what can she do?
How is your mother? Bloating and nausea can be due to gastrointestinal causes such as acute gastroenteritis, food poisoning, heart burn, indigestion, or too much food intake. If this happens again, I recommend that you make her rest, with her head propped. Treatment is actually dependent on the underlying cause. It is best that this is evaluated properly. Direct clinical examination is important. If it is a case of heartburn, antacids may help. But if it is not, prescriptions may be needed. Take care and do keep us posted.
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