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karolwf

Funny Feeling in Stomach?

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Can anyone describe what the funny feeling in your stomach feels like. I wake up and I get this awful feeling in my stomach that makes me want to go back to sleep and not face the day. I really cannot explain it but I have had it for years and after hearing that some of you have funny feelings in your stomach I am beginning to wonder if what I feel is a seizure.  If it is I am worse than I thought

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RE: Funny Feeling in Stomach?

Karolwf,If those feelings aren't the normal everyday 'to tired to go to work', 'sick to your stomach', 'butterflies', or whatever other old sayings might match those feeling, then you'll need to explain and describe more in detail of what you're feeling. Take a routine doctor visit, explain your odd feelings and go from there. If you can describe more of it to us here, then hopefully we can help.Bruce J

RE: Funny Feeling in Stomach?

When I first started Trileptal, I would feel slightly nauseous as soon as I woke up every morning.   I found that it was kind of similar to the effects of low blood sugar, so that as soon as I ate something, the funny feeling would go away.  Every morning as soon as I woke up, I'd eat a small piece of red vine candy or a cracker (both kept right by my bed), and I felt better right away.But, I also agree with talking to your doctor about this, just to make sure.  :o)  Good luck!

RE: Funny Feeling in Stomach?

Sometimes when I get an aura that often, but not always, means a T/C is immenient I would get almost a nausious feeling. I started to think that it was just a gut feeing of dread for what may happen next. I think it could be a small aura which is in fact a siezure.

RE: Funny Feeling in Stomach?

Many of my auras are a sensation like the flueÂ… a feeling of nausea and shakiness, and a sensation as if I'm going to vomit. It's possible that it could be an aura though, SO YOU WANT TO HAVE THAT CHECKED OUT. If it occurs regularly every morning you could also be experiencing panic or anxiety attacks. Both of these can become debilitating (they can also be auras); but if they aren't auras they can be treated with certain medications and sometimes relaxation techniques.On the other hand, keeping candy next to the bed (like emic does) certainly sounds like a good idea to me for any reason! (Especially the red vines.... yummmmmmm!).Blessings and good luck!gsness

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