Not pregnant, but rouse up every morning hungry and ill.?

I am certainly not pregnant, but I wake up every morning very hungry and very nauseous. Nauseous to the point that I be aware of like I have to run to the bathroom to throw up. But I haven't thrown up on the other hand. I usually have a juice and drink something slowly and that tends to combat the stomach pains. But this happens every morning when I stir up. I've even noticed waking up within the middle of the night with duplicate stomach pains. I always suffer from insomnia, so I switch off from my prescribed ambien and some generic melatonin I picked up from my form food store every other night (so i don't develop a dependence...which I obviously have). But do you mull over this could be the cause of my stomach pains? Or could I have an sore? Or am I just hungry and not eating ample? Thanks all in mortgage!
Answers:
I too understand where you are coming from. I agree next to Simoriah. If you can get your
Dr to check you out for Fibromyalgia Syndrome.I wouldn't wish it on my worst antagonist, but it effects so many parts of your body and can seriously upset your 'GUT'.
Some Doctors think the issue is purely 'In your head'. I CAN ASSURE YOU IT IS VERY REAL.
As high regard the 'morning Nausea', I've found to have some low sugar lollies handy saves a great deal of time. Just get that into your system before you win up and when you do get up, Have something to eat as soon as you can. I don't know if it is a 'low blood-sugar' entity or not but a cuppa and toast works well for me. Source(s): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fibromyalgi…
Its a combination of the medicine and an unhealthy diet and sleep stencil.
You don't mention how old you are - are you possible premenopausal (age 35-45) and how long has this insomnia be going on? How is you bowel movements? Are you dieting? Are you eating enough protein?

I own a couple of ideas but the first obvious would be that you hold anemia - when was the last time that you own had your blood tested? How are your periods? Are they strapping? Have you had a colonoscopy or an upper endoscopy? And Yes it is possible you have an sore
I know exactly how you feel. I rouse up every morning feeling the same track, and I, too, am definitely not pregnant.

I've been diagnosed next to ulcers before, but I'm not sure that my issues are due to that. That's a determined possibility, though.

But I do have a disorder called Fibromyalgia Syndrome. I don't know if you've hear of it or not, but basically, it makes EVERYTHING hurt, 24 hours a afternoon, 7 days a week. There's no way to escape the pain, because it's contained by every square inch of your body, and taking pain killers and doing other things that "should" usually work for aching, doesn't even touch the symptoms of Fibromyalgia.

Stomach issues are another big part of Fibromyalgia. It can make you hold irritable bowel syndrome and all kinds of other stomach issues, and above adjectives, it can make you feel unsettled all the time.

But Fibromyalgia isn't a possibility for you unless you're having constant, comprehensive body pain, too.

And I don't know if Fibromyalgia is why I wake up every morning fear like I haven't eaten for a week and am in position to throw up, but that's my best guess, since it messes with your body in so various different ways.

But yeah, I'd definitely go to a doc and see if you might enjoy an ulcer. If it's not that, though, good luck getting it diagnosed. Many doctors don't give the impression of being to believe in Fibromyalgia, even though the proof of the pain and other symptoms is right here in front of them, thus they hardly ever diagnose empire correctly.

Best wishes.


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