Question Posted Tuesday February 22 2011, 11:00 pm
I'm not pregnant. I've been having morning sickness since last semester. It stopped in the middle of winter break, but started again in the beginning of spring semester. I've been trying to fix it. I started eating healthier, but now I'm nauseous 24/7. Many people think it's probably due to the fact that I have depression or I'm stressed out because of school. I've been feeling nauseous 24/7 for a week now, and the past two days it got worse... To the fact where I missed 2 days of school. I don't have the same appetite that I had last semester, since I can barely eat. One sandwich, would make me full.. Which is something that never happens. I would go to the doctor, but I'm saving up money at the moment. My family has financial issues including the fact since we can't afford health insurance either.
Does anybody know what wrong with me? And what I can do to stop feeling nauseous so I can stop missing school?? PLEASE & THANK YOU!
Much as I would like to help you, I am not a doctor. There are SO many things that could cause this, that it would be unwise to try and figure this out on your own.
I know that it is expensive to go to the doctor, but you know what else is expensive? A funeral. :-(
If this is something serious, and you don't get it checked out, it could be the biggest mistake of your life. Please consider going in to get checked out. It could be something VERY simple, but if it isn't, it is always better to know as soon as possible. [ DangerNerd's advice column | Ask DangerNerd A Question ]
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