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Does Anyone Get Nauseous Even If It’s Not Pregnancy Related?
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I sometimes feel nauseous and get really hot and then it goes away.

posted March 19
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A myPCOSteam Member

I do too, but I don't know if it's related to my PCOS, which I doubt or if it's because of either my type 2 diabetes or something else.

posted March 23
A myPCOSteam Member

Thanks guys

posted March 19
A myPCOSteam Member

Same here ..i get all heat flashy and sick abd its because of the pcos …hormones all ober the place :( my mom tgoight I was crazy wgen i told her this is how sick im getting..noe she believes me abd niw we going to nicaragua fo get actual help because my hormone levels are going so dowb that i feel sick ..

posted March 19
A myPCOSteam Member

Hmm…sometimes that happens to me where it will disappear for awhile (maybe a few weeks to a month) but then occasionally will come back for another 2weeks here and there if my hormones get whacky again. It’s super unpredictable for me honestly, sometimes it’ll be every couple days sometimes every couple weeks, sometimes every few months. Can’t say I know why though :( sorry you’re dealing with this symptom too

posted March 19
A myPCOSteam Member

I have it happen for awhile and then it goes away for months.

posted March 19

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