I have always had nausea with mine. It is horrible sometimes. Mine seems to go along with GERD and IBS. I've had trouble at my new job several times recently, and my boss was concerned, so I just explained it to him. It was an awkward conversation, LOL! I don't usually vomit, but I will get dry heaves sometimes, it is really awful. Over the counter Emetrol or Compazine seems to help me. The doc gave me Phenergan which I have not tried yet.View Thread
The doctor is suggesting a bladder hydrodistention to confirm or rule out IC. He said my culture was clear this time. Now I am getting hives and that is one of my other problems that flares from time to time. It is just one thing after another and I never know what's going to pop up and how bad and for how long. So frustrating.View Thread
Yes I saw a urologist today. I was shocked. There was no infection (I've had several positive cultures recently but not today), and no blood in it. I haven't had a urine test without microscopic blood in over 15 years. I couldn't believe it. The doctor told me my symptoms are very vague and isn't explained by this. I had a CT and ultrasound as well and both negative. He mentioned it might be interstitial cystitis but I've read about that and I don't think so. I've only had problems recently. I've been very nauseated and getting fevers around 100 and feeling very run down. No one is doing anything about it and here I am using up what little fmla is left. Ugh!!!View Thread
I have fmla but i'm about to run out of it. I am also bipolar and the two feed off of each other. I can't get more fmla till march so I see getting fired in my near future. My employer was not able to make enough accommodations for me so I am still struggling. I don't know if i can even do anything else because of the fevers aches nausea and fatigue. It causes me to have to stay in bed. I wish I knew what to do. I'm only 32.View Thread
I have been fighting a resistant UTI for over 2 months now and it is flaring the fibro up really bad. In addition I had to take over 7 weeks of medical leave early in the year for a psych condition, and I have to be on FMLA intermittently for that and the fibro. I'm dangerously close to running out. I have had low grade fevers, aches, nausea, stomach and back pains, and headaches along with the UTI symptoms this entire time. I started getting night sweats a few weeks ago and I feel so run down. I have missed a lot more work recently due to this and I feel that everyone involved is getting worn thin, including myself! I feel so guilty for not working but I really don't feel well. Everyone is dismissing me including my doctors and no one has done anything about it. I had 4 recent positive cultures for UTI, and the last time was 2.5 weeks ago and they never called to tell me, and now i'm feeling really bad again. I didn't think bladder infections could make you really ill and nauseated. I see the doctor again today and i may have to shake them to get them to hear me! LOL! I just want to feel better and I know the fibro will retreat some as well if I can get this infection gone. I just wish I could not feel guilty for not working, and I wish I could not care about the judgment of others because i'm not working. I wish they could just understand that i'm not lazy, crazy, or faking. Vent over for now! View Thread
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