I am hoping that someone can help me. I am 38 years old and a female and for the last week and a half I try to eat because I am hungry but while I am eating I start getting nausea and even after I have eaten. If I get up and walk around for awhile it helps but it seems like I am always nausea but I never throw up. I am so tired of all this so if anyone has any suggestions of what this could be or what I could try to help it go away I would appreciate the info. Oh and I am not pregnant, I had a hysteractomy last Feb.
I have the exact same problem, i know this post is quite old now but i was just looking around on the internet for some possible answers! ill be hungry so naturally ill make myself something to eat then halfway through eating i cant even bring myself to finish whats in my mouth and feel sick for up to a few hours after, this has happened to me on and off for around four years now. Did you ever find anything out about it?
Am 38 yrs old and I had sex 39 days ago, I had sex 6 days after my periods and I had my periods last month which was heavy and am normal lite, now I've been nausea even after I just ate I don't think am pregnant I just need to know what could be the course even my breastfeeding hurts a little just twinges.
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