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    Can someone please help last couple days I've been really nausea tummy and back sore some days I wake up...bout a week ago I threw up in my mouth twice and I have mild cramps it feels like off and on....eating makes me nausea and sometimes thinking bout food makes me nausea so I haven't really been eating...but I've been really hungry but the thought of eating makes me sick I've also been really tired it seems like I'm moving really slow at work
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    See your GP.
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    You need to seek medical advice as mentioned by already, i'm personally not aware of those symptoms and what they are an indication for.
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    Throwing up constantly is NOT a good sign, you need to go doctors.
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    (Original post by bribri28)
    Can someone please help last couple days I've been really nausea tummy and back sore some days I wake up...bout a week ago I threw up in my mouth twice and I have mild cramps it feels like off and on....eating makes me nausea and sometimes thinking bout food makes me nausea so I haven't really been eating...but I've been really hungry but the thought of eating makes me sick I've also been really tired it seems like I'm moving really slow at work
    I'd suggest you go see a doc soon, like tomorrow (call for an emerency appointment or visit the walk-in). Not to say it's anything super serious but since you aren't eating much you're going to feel worse quick. Make sure you're at least still drinking and try to eat as much as you can.

    I'm veguely aware of quit a few things that could cause these sort of symptoms, but there's so many possibilities that it would be pointless to say any as they would quite likey be wrong.

    Oh and when you do see your doc be sure to mention any other possible symptoms. Things like any changes in bowel movements (frequency, colour etc), your slow feeling, nausea, any aches or pains, where they are and if they are constant or anything triggers them. It will just help to make sure they don't miss anything.

    If you start feeling worse before you can see a doc call the NHS on 111, especially if you start vommiting or feeling really faint or dizzy. Remember dehydration and malnutrition will make you feel worse and it's easy to get dehydrated when you are unwell. If you're feeling tired or dizzy try having a glass of water and some simple food like bread or plain potato product (i find them easy to eat when i'm feeling nauseous) hopefully it will help.

    Good luck at the docs and hope you feel better soon.
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