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Does anybody else get really queasy along with their IBS? I wouldn't call it nasuea, because I don't feel like I'm going to vomit. It's just more of un uncomfortable gurgling everytime I eat. The D often follows soon after. Any OTC remedies? Doctor won't prescribe anything for me at this point because my symptoms aren't serious enough.
 

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hi pdb,i have plenty of experience with all forms of nausea, unfortunatly. sometimes i take a motion sickness pill if the pain is very mild, that has helped before. do you get heartburn or anything after you eat? i mean, what do you think is causing the pain? if you figure that out, it may be easier to fix...good luck!
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hi pdb,i have plenty of experience with all forms of nausea, unfortunatly. sometimes i take a motion sickness pill if the pain is very mild, that has helped before. do you get heartburn or anything after you eat? i mean, what do you think is causing the pain? if you figure that out, it may be easier to fix...good luck!
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I often feel queasy right after (or even during) a meal. After I went on Celexa (an SSRI), it stopped for a couple months, but now it's coming back. Makes me feel miserable. It seems like only a med that affects serotonin gets rid of it for me. Lotronex eliminated it entirely, along with almost all the other IBS symptoms too. It doesn't usually matter what I eat--it's the act of eating that sets it off.
 

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I often feel queasy right after (or even during) a meal. After I went on Celexa (an SSRI), it stopped for a couple months, but now it's coming back. Makes me feel miserable. It seems like only a med that affects serotonin gets rid of it for me. Lotronex eliminated it entirely, along with almost all the other IBS symptoms too. It doesn't usually matter what I eat--it's the act of eating that sets it off.
 
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