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    I know, maybe this is part of the "flu like" symptoms that come with lupus. I am going to check into the gallbladder but come to think of it- the nausea really comes and goes regardless of eating. I too eat (usually bread and crackers) to try to calm it. I have found plain tylenol often helps - gravol if its really bad (1/2 a tab - because it leaves me feeling hung over). I have been taking B12 tabs under the tongue (with folic acid). I haven't had much nausea in the past 2 weeks (probably a cooincidence but maybe is helping?)
    Thanks for the feedback on this.
    Karen

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    Karen -

    Thanks for your post. Glad to hear I'm not the only one with the mysterious nausea!

    Be Well,
    Missy

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    Do you have a BP monitor? Because too low BP can give you that kind of an effect too...
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    Hi SoleSinger
    I don't have a BP monitor but I do have very low bp most times. I also have a tacchycardia (sp?) racing heart rate- cause unknown - maybe from heart surgery earlier in the year?? I didn't know that BP issues could be related to nausea and tinnitus but I will check it out some more or at least monitor what my bp is when I feel this way. thanks for the post
    Karen

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    yup they can. It usually comes with dizziness too. But in my experience, that hasn't always been the case... Good Luck! I hope you find some answers!!!
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    Thanks, again, Solesinger for yet more good and helpful info!!!
    Missy

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