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... Nexium also caused me nausea (and that says a lot because I have been taking protonix and the generic omeprazole for the past year!) Did you talk to your doc before you quit it? My nausea only lasted a couple of weeks and the side effects are all gone. I am also surprised they put you on nexium and not another kind of medicine. You might have experienced such a strong... (2 replies)
... Was hoping to get some thoughts as I have been struggling with stomach issues for the last 3 or 4 months. ... (2 replies)
... hours. After that it got a little better and its been pretty constant since then. ... (5 replies)

... Sounds like gastroparesis to me... I had some of the same symptoms... included with mine was constant belching and being able to taste the food I ate like 4 hours after I ate it.. my GI also thinks I have reflux because of it... I started eat alot less and lost 18lbs in a month, very unhealthy... ... (3 replies)
... ded that I have acid reflux which I has no symptoms of at the time and put me on some antibiotics and ppi's. The nausea went away, I was clean from the infection after a stool test only for it to come weeks later and stick with me until this day with many other never ending symptoms to follow. ... (0 replies)
... ughhhhhh. It started with 4 weeks of diarreah and nausea and then that subsided. ... (7 replies)
... Feeling uncomfortably full after eating sometimes . ... (13 replies)
... So after having an endoscopy, colonoscopy, barium meal, barium enema, laproscopy etc etc I was sent to another specialist who has more to do with the processing of food. ... (3 replies)
... my problem is acid indigestion and belching from the Cholestyramine, from the "top", not the "bottom". ... (116 replies)
... as most likely "irritable bowel syndrome." Every once in a while I would get sudden attacks of severe pain followed by diarrhea, which would last on and off for hours sometimes, along with the constipation, so I believe his diagnosis was probably correct. ... (3 replies)

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