Over the past several weeks I have experienced severe nausea and lightheadedness. This nausea is constant now and non stop for the past 3 days. I have pains in my stomach and burning in my throat. I often experience left and middle chest pain and wheezing with the above symptoms. I am tired all the time and have not energy. What can this be please.
I have experienced these same symptoms. After I quit stressing about it, changed my diet (more veggies, no fried food and switched to whole grains) I felt better. My nausea and bloating are gone. I also have more energy. You may have a food allergy or maybe a candida infection. I'm not saying that you shouldn't see a doctor, by all means, go if it will make you feel better. I saw a doctor, gi specialist and had a colonoscopy, endoscopy and been put on medication, but nothing worked as well as changing my diet/lifestyle. It's a hard decision, but it's well worth it. Good Luck!
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