Users' questions

Why do I feel nauseous in my third trimester?

Why do I feel nauseous in my third trimester?

If you’re feeling nauseated during the third trimester, it’s probably a GI issue — everything is getting squished in there, causing your digestion to slow down. You may also be constipated or have abdominal bloating or gas, or you might have symptoms of reflux, like heartburn and indigestion.

What can I do for my child’s nausea?

Treat nausea by giving your child small drinks of water or oral hydration fluid and bland foods. See a GP if your child’s nausea lasts for more than 24 hours….Does your child need to see a doctor about nausea?

  • vomiting.
  • recent head trauma.
  • stomach pain or bloating.

Why does my 16 year old daughter get nausea every morning?

Over the last 6 weeks my 16 year old daughter has developed a worrisome problem. Every school day morning when she wakes at 6:15 AM she is hit with nausea. The nausea comes on strong and then diminishes throughout the morning. Often but not always she vomits (only saliva & maybe a small amount of bile).

How long has my 10 year old been nauseous?

He has also missed lots of school due to the nausea but in 2 months he has only vomited one time. He is usually strong as an ox and didn’t miss a single day of school last year as he just didn’t get ill.

When to take your child to the doctor for nausea?

I recommend you take your son to a pediatric or adult gastroenterologist. Nausea can be a sign of reflux, plus your son is already having heartburn, also a sign. It’s important to treat reflux as it not only causes short-term misery, but it can eventually damage the esophagus.

How to deal with nausea in a teenager?

The nausea comes on strong and then diminishes throughout the morning. Often but not always she vomits (only saliva & maybe a small amount of bile). I have her using SeaBand (mixed questionable results) until the nausea passes. She is NOT pregnant.

Over the last 6 weeks my 16 year old daughter has developed a worrisome problem. Every school day morning when she wakes at 6:15 AM she is hit with nausea. The nausea comes on strong and then diminishes throughout the morning. Often but not always she vomits (only saliva & maybe a small amount of bile).

Who is 33 year old woman with nausea and headaches?

A 33-year-old woman has been experiencing recurrent episodes of nausea, headaches, and dizziness for the past 8 months. She has come to the emergency department because she is concerned about her current episode, which is slightly different from her previous ones.

He has also missed lots of school due to the nausea but in 2 months he has only vomited one time. He is usually strong as an ox and didn’t miss a single day of school last year as he just didn’t get ill.

The nausea comes on strong and then diminishes throughout the morning. Often but not always she vomits (only saliva & maybe a small amount of bile). I have her using SeaBand (mixed questionable results) until the nausea passes. She is NOT pregnant.