Whenever I am laying down on my left side, I experience nausea. Nausea is my only symptom but I am wondering why. I am a healthy eater and exercise regularly. I seem to be in good health. The nausea will happen any and every time I am laying on my left side no matter what I have eaten. This has been happening for a few years. Can anybody help?
I wish I could help. I have to same problem. Doesnt matter what I eat or what I drink. When I was a kid I would wake up sick all of the time. My parents thought I just didnt want to go to school. Years later I am figuring out I get nauseous when I lay on my left side. Every single time I lay on my left side my stomach will start to make noises(almost instantly) and after only a few minutes I start to feel nauseous and sometimes have even thrown up because of it. If I wake up on my left side in the morning sometimes my stomach feels bloated. I wish I knew why because its somewhat annoying at times.
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