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Constant Nausea and dizziness

Hi there, I’m an 18 year old female and for the last four months have been feeling nauseaous everyday, I am taking ondansetron but it’s not good to be on that for long term. I’ve also been experiencing dizziness, spots when I blink and also floaties when my eyes are open, tiredness, weird bowel habits, acid reflux which I’m on pills for and really bad tummy cramps. I also have been getting headaches, constant sore throat and I feel like something is dripping down my throat occasionally. The doctors really aren’t being much help and I can’t work because of this and I want to be better! Does anyone have any idea what could be going wrong? I’ve been tested for infections, liver function, cbc, celiac all the basic stuff
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Sorry you are feeling so bad.  Do you track when it happens? Is it all day or different times of the day? I thought of blood sugar issues (like low blood sugar) when you mention nausea, dizziness, seeing floaties.  I have that reaction when I have low blood sugar.  So, when it happens would help to understand if that is part of it.
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I was on Omeprazole because of bad digestion pain for 4 years then it went away for unknown reasons.
Your eye issues are likely unrelated. Did the doc agree that the eye issues you list are really happening?
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