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    Nausea at night for the past two nights...possibly from my GERD?
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    An_248328 posted:
    I was given Zantac by my doctor in August to try for my possible GERD, which did help. After two weeks, I stopped using it since I felt better. Last week unfortunately, I started getting symptoms of GERD again. I thought I was just getting sick, so my mom told me to start my Zantac again since it was probably the GERD. So I've been taking it for a couple days now and it has helped with most of the GERD symptoms. But....yesterday and today, I've been getting extreme nausea only at night. It might be from not eating enough during the day, but I'm wondering if it's something I should be worried about? Does anyone else get nausea only at night from GERD? If not, should I got to my doctor about it or see what happens? Thank you!
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