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Stomach in your throat

Discussion in 'General Symptoms' started by confetti11, Apr 15, 2017.

  1. confetti11

    confetti11 Senior Member

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    Does anyone else get this symptom too? It has a sensation of your stomach creeping up your throat. It comes with sort of an anxious or restless feeling. Sort of feels like you could throw up but you're not really nauseous...until you actually are nauseous (which happens easily and within seconds) and then you have to either eat or distract yourself someway to calm it down. I have this symptom all the time. I mean, sometimes it goes away, but it happens a lot. Especially when I'm in a backslide.
     
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  2. mirshine

    mirshine Senior Member

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    I get something like this when I'm upset or overtired.
    I find tea helps! But that might be an Irish "sure a cuppa tea helps everything" thing :thumbdown:
    It really does help though!
     
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    ukxmrv Senior Member

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    I don't recognise this but have nausea .

    Does it happen when you are sitting or lying or in relation to anything else like eating?
     
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    JaimeS Senior Member

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    This is why they say "I felt my gorge rising". I, too, feel this way when I'm very, very sick. To the point that talking makes me feel more nauseated. I wonder about the mechanism...
     
  5. confetti11

    confetti11 Senior Member

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    No, usually eating will make it better if anything. Walking around helps too...
     
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    confetti11 Senior Member

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    Yes, talking definitely can make me feel more nauseous when I'm having a really hard time. It's absolute misery for me to get caught in a conversation when I feel like this.
     
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    Could it be reflux? Have you tried taking an antacid to see if it helps?
     
  8. confetti11

    confetti11 Senior Member

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    Hi daisybell, I've had this symptom for 17 years and nothing helps it except eating and moving around. And that barely helps. It's accompanied usually by that vibrating sensation (in my torso) that I hear people mention here from time to time. It looks like only anxiety from the outside but isn't. I'm suspecting histamine at this point.
     

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