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Nausea and burping
An_255733 posted:
For the past week or so it occurred to me that my daughter burps a lot more then normal. In fact she rarely ever did but now a days she is nauseous all the time when she eats and whatever she eats. 2 years ago she had a complete workup upper GI, endoscopy colonoscopy even a capsule endoscopy. back then we thought something was wrong with her stomach to find out everything came back negative. it was all due to her anxiety. Now this is something different, she has had blood work recently that showed her iron level was slightly low and her thyroid levels were slightly off. Could this be related to her feeling the way she does?
sluggo45692 responded:
What is your daughter's age. Young children can have upset stomachs from soda, diet, or stress. School is very stressful at any age.

If she's older (mid to late teens), do a home pregnancy test. One of the 1st trimester difficulties is constant nausea. My ex wife loves Chinese food, but couldn't eat it when she was pregnant. Just the thought of Chinese food made her sick.

Good Luck

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