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    Nauseated after 2 knee replacement surgeries
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    An_255412 posted:
    I had left knee replaced 10/14 and right 12/26. I have been nauseated going on 6 weeks. I have no appetite. Thinking 2 surgeries within short period of time sand being 51 has taken a toll on the body. able to get a boost and banana down for breakfast. No more pain pills for a week now. I don't sleep we and finally regaining stamina with boost and a good vitamin. Beginning to worry about my stomach which has shrank Down so if I over drink a smoothie I start to regurgitate some. Help me
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    peadnut2u responded:
    An_255412,


    Go see a doctor!!


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