Hi, there is an entity called hiatal hernia, here the upper part of the stomach slides into the chest cavity through an opening in the diaphragm. This can cause problems after eating, nausea and vomiting. Check with your doctor regarding this. Another cause could be be GERD (Gastro Esophageal Reflux Disease), where the acid contents of the stomach came up into the esophagus, this can cause nausea after eating and the sensation of regurgitation of food. This can be combated with antacids and lifestyle measures. Take frequent small meals. Eat dinner about two hours before sleeping. Elevate the head end of the bed. Keep a food diary and note down what aggravates your symptoms and avoid them. Ensure to maintain optimum weight by regular exercise. Avoid non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications NSAID's, quit smoking, eliminate alcohol and reduce stress levels. These measures need to be practiced long term for results. Hope this helps!!
A little, but I don't drink or smoke I'm allergic to ASA. I already keep a food diary I never eat within 4 to 6 hours of sleeping I portion, measure and weigh and calorie count everything I eat. I don't eat anything spicy or salty. No preserved or cured meats. I try to follow the Canada food guide as best I can. I have a thyroid disorder so weight is a issue for me. The problem is it has nothing to do with what I'm eating or when. It just seems to pick a day I can eat the same thing everyday for a month and some days it'll make me sick and others I'm fine. And like I said I feel sick but theirs never any vomiting. It's just a upset stomach and a lot of cramping I never noticed any burning or bile taste. I have tried antacids but I cant take them with my synthroid.
I am no expert, but have a few ideas. I have most of the same symptoms. I was first diagnosed with gastroesophageal reflux disease for many years. For about the last 6 years I have had chronic nausea, abdominal pain, distended abdomin, also get full fast. Had gastric emptying study. Results came back and have diagnosis of gastroparesis. My want to talk to your doctor to rule this out. A lot of docs don't know much about disease. Took 6 years for diagnosis. Hope this helps.