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Has anyone else experienced...

Monday, February 18, 2013

nausea after eating? I haven't been able to pinpoint any "trigger" foods, I am not pregnant, I am not overeating/eating too fast....but lately I have been experiencing nausea/indigestion after I eat. It's a very uncomfortable and heavy feeling just below my rib cage. I have also been experiencing fatigue after my meals. Sometimes, I can't avoid a nap because its so bad. Anyone have any experience with this?
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PSALM42 2/19/2013 4:32PM

    I'd keep a food diary honestly you may have some food intolerances...?

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SHELL1400_85 2/18/2013 9:47PM

    I never got nauseous after eating but sometimes if I eat really greasy or fatty foods I get the pain in my rib cage you are talking about. It's just like a blah feeling.

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DR1939 2/18/2013 11:25AM

    This is a symptom of heart disease in women, far more common for women than chest pains. Get to the physician and have it checked out.

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LOVESTOWALK49 2/18/2013 8:06AM

    Higher fat foods can do that to me. Eating only half an entree at a restaurant helps. They have often too much fat and protein for my stomach to handle. Best of luck.

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JASI27 2/18/2013 8:02AM

    Try two teaspoons of baking soda in a glass of water. Doesn't taste real great at first, but boy does it help me and I have gotten used to the taste. Baking soda also helps to make your ph more alkaline which could be part of your problem. You can buy ph test strips to see how acidic your system is.

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WEARINGTHIN 2/18/2013 2:34AM

    I get nausea from eating sometimes. Higher fats seem to be a big contributer, as does very strong coffee. I my case it was brought on by gastritis, which is inflammation of the walls of the stomach. I think mine came from a lot of anxiety at work, and I left my job over it. I'm planning to see a naturopath so she can possibly prescribe a regimem for me that might strenthen? my stomach, and help me to handle it's stresses. Of course, you may or may not have an anxiety induced problem. Best wishes to you, Glenn

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