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... due to unexplained vomiting and nausea. ... (2 replies)
... First thing I thought of, too, was gastroparesis. She should definitely be checked for this. And Cora's point about kidney disease was also good. Yes, I do think the hospital's saying that "she has a really sensitive stomach" WAS a cop out...unexplained vomiting in a long-term diabetic always needs to be checked out thoroughly! Ruth (5 replies)
... That being said .... beginning last November, I started to have bouts of unexplained nausea and subsequent vomiting. ... (2 replies)

... Thanks for replying. When I saw her on Tuesday, she said doctors had been in and out of her room and that she'd had x-rays. Since then, she's been too tired/weak to carry on much of a conversation, so I wasn't able to go into detail. All I know is that they still haven't diagnosed anything. She's on something to help the nausea and they're giving her insulin to make sure... (2 replies)
... Vomitting would be linked to diabetes with extremely high blood sugars. As long as her numbers are fine, there should be another cause. Most Dr.'s will not allow an admitted patient to go home without being able to hold down food. Have they done any testing beyond the basic blood sugar/pressure? (2 replies)
Byetta Feedback?
Oct 17, 2007
... The FDA has also recommended that physicians instruct patients taking the drug to seek medical care promptly if they have unexplained persistent severe abdominal pain, which may be accompanied by vomiting. The FDA said Byetta should be discontinued if pancreatitis is suspected. ... (26 replies)
... weakness, aching muscles, trouble breathing, dizziness or unexplained stomach upset. ... (4 replies)
Mar 4, 2005
... eed to eat although I'm sure different people can have different reactions. Some other symptoms of diabetes are frequent urination, excessive drinking or eating, unexplained weight loss, dehydration, blurry vision. ... (13 replies)

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