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Nausea everyday

By Anonymous September 18, 2016 - 6:08pm
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I am not sure If I am doing right it right posting something like this here...

But... I have to do this. I can't take this anymore. I really can't. I hope someone can help me.

It has been almost 2 months since I started to feel like this. (I will explain how I feel after). I never ate healthy food for a long period of time. I started to gain belly fat and I decided I wanted to do a diet to lose that belly fat.
The diet was drink green tea, 2 ir 3 times a day and reduce sugar. I did it for 1 week and I lost 1 pound. But then, one day, I went to the beach and I felt really sick. I had a really painfull belly ache, and In that day I had diarrhea. From that day, I stopped my diet.

And, from that day, I started to feel everyday, nausea. I stopped dating because my nausea was so big that i could not even eat.
I also started to feel "fire on my stomach" every day, after eating, or not. Sometimes, I experience something really scary. I start to feel nausea, and I start to feel dizzy. I almost pass away but I also almost vomit.
Sometimes, I start to feel the taste of blood on my mouth, a really stronge taste. Then, I start to feel like something is about to come off my mouth, like blood.I also, feel full easly. I eat a small amount of food and I am already full.
Sometimes I wake up during The night feeling my stomach full, but I did not even ate anything.
I did blood tests and everything was alright but I discovered I had anemia.

Please, If someone could help me, please answer! I am really scared. I can't deal with this amymore!

Oh and I am not pregnant.

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