sleepiness with nausea, poor appitite and dull back pain
Hi, I m 31 year old female
about 6 days ago started with nausea, feeling just run down. Woke up next morning, had a cup of coffee and went back to bed, Let me just state that 1/2 cup of coffee usually all I need.
Slept for the the next 2 days with almost no appitite and nausea that would get worse when I moved. I went to ER on day 3 and they did lab work and cat scan of head...not sure why and then said lab work was good and scan was fine, must have a virus.
After day 3 started loose stools, still very nauseated when moving and still sleeping, at least 14-16 hours a day. I drink a cup of coffee and a red bull but can fall asleep after 3 or 4 hours.
In the past couple of months I have been getting nauseated then sweating, then really hungry and as soon as I eat I feel better.
I'll get shakes if I wait to long between meals. Might this be relatd to what is going on now?
I have a dull ache in my back on the right side but it comes and goes- been sleeping on my couch and not my bed so not sure if this is related.
Please help I need my energy back!!!
You will need to have at least 3 hour glucose test done to determine if you have this or not. Now a lot of Doctors check for this.
I am living with Hypoglycemia right now. I am on a 6 meal a day diet. I have been having problems for the last 4 months, with the last 2 being very bad. I am seeing a Specialist now who will be doing a lot of blood test to see why I am having problems with my Hypoglycemis. I am having problems with keeping my blood sugars up.
Wishing you luck in finding out what your problems are.
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