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Nausea and Headache for past week

Hello,

10 days ago I had a cup of coffee in the morning and then had 2 in a row in the afternoon.  This was a bit more than usual, I never have more than 2 a day.  Then I had a pretty big dinner that evening at a restaurant.  A couple hours later I was feeling pretty terrible, started getting a headache and feeling nauseous.  I went home and tried to go to sleep but ended throwing it all up.  I went back to bed and fell asleep fine and haven't thrown up since.  But I have had this mild headache, mostly on the left side of my head since then.  Sometimes I feel like it affects the left side of my face, but I can't really tell.  My stomach has felt weird since too.  I'm still hungry throughout the day but always have a nauseous feeling, from when I wake up to when I go to bed.  

I don't know what's going on, thought this might be a good place to start to see if there's any advice out there.  I did have pretty bad acid reflux for several years and took tums or pepto for it.  Over the past couple years though, I haven't really had a problem, it's like it just went away.  

That's about all, thanks!
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329165 tn?1515471990
Hi there,

In my opinion:  the headaches and nausea and lost of appetite is indicative of something in your brain?  I would suggest that you see a Neurologist and he can send you for scans, MRI, etc.

I don't think that your problem is digestive or even GERD related.

I would be more worried about your headaches.

Let me know how you are doing and keep us updated on your progress.
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