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Does anyone else get mild nausea when you lay down at night?

(12 Posts)
IlanaK Fri 14-Aug-09 20:41:16

I know this is a strange one, but it has been bothering me for a while. I get mild nausea, sort of in waves, when I lay down at night,. It is not every night, but it is most nights. Some nights worse than others. I have IBS, so I wondered if it was related to that. Then I wondered if it was an inner ear imbalance?

Anyone else experience this or I am just weird blush ?

Prosecco Fri 14-Aug-09 20:44:57

Me-a little

IlanaK Fri 14-Aug-09 20:54:41

Do you have IBS? Or an ear problem? Clutching at straws, but wondering what causes it.

ThePregnantPhantomPlopper Sat 15-Aug-09 22:21:12

Could it be anxiety?

I used to get it when I went through a panicking about house fires at night, when DH was away, stage.

BuffyTheFluffySlayer Sat 15-Aug-09 22:22:00

Do you feel your throat burning a little aswell?

bruffin Sat 15-Aug-09 22:25:54

I do when I am desperately tired. I know I need to go to sleep when it happens.

Mousey84 Sat 15-Aug-09 22:36:58

Same as bruffin - when Im really tired and finally get a chance to rest (even sitting down for a minute) I feel v ill and have been physically sick.

Does it happen if you lie down during the day (when more rested)?

MyCatIsABiggerBastardThanYours Sat 15-Aug-09 22:50:31

Yes, sometimes it happens to me, but I think it is the same as Mousey and bruffin, shear bloody, complete and utter tiredness.

sabire Sat 15-Aug-09 23:12:53

I get this - in my case it's related to an inner ear imbalance. It's worse when I lie on my back, and sometimes I get feelings of dizzyness as I'm falling off to sleep, which at times are bad enough to make me sick. It's very unpleasant.

IlanaK Sun 16-Aug-09 14:05:16 burning in the throat. Yes, very tired, but then aren't we all? I never lie down during the day so don't know if it would happen then. It happens when I sht my eyes, come to think of it.

babybarrister Sun 16-Aug-09 17:25:19

reflux/heart burn type of thing?

sabire Mon 17-Aug-09 07:51:04

Yup - I get this. When you shut your eyes the room starts to spin slightly or you get a vague lurching feeling which makes you feel sick.

I had a really bad attack last year, but that time it happened when I got up and moved, and stopped when I lay still. I was incapable of doing anything for two days - horrible.

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