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    An_267815 posted:
    Having a problem for 1 1/2 yrs. Every morning, I wake up sick to my stomach accompanied with a sore right ear. By approx. 11am to 2pm, I cannot eat or do much other than sit up & hope symptoms go away. Usually the nausea goes away until the next morning. After nausea goes away, I can eat & function somewhat normally. Laying down for 6 hours or more brings on the nausea & right ear pain. Have seen physicians such as ear,nose & throat plus neurologists. Vertigo has been ruled out but no other cause or solution has been found. Can anyone suggest possible cause or medical facility to pursue ?

    editor_morgan responded:
    Hi there and thanks for posting,

    I'm so sorry to hear that you are experiencing such discomfort. I'm happy to hear that you are on the right track by consulting a doctor. However, I know how frustrating it can be to suffer debilitating symptoms without a definitive diagnosis.

    If you need assistance in finding a doctor, then you should check out WebMD's Physician Directory . Perhaps, you can find a doctor in your area who will work with you to tackle whatever it is you are suffering from.

    In the meantime, you can always use our Symptom Checker , which will be able to help you to narrow down what it is that is causing your symptoms.

    Please be sure to come back and update us!

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