What Causes Nausea for No Reason?

Reviewed on 9/23/2020
Nausea is a sensation of an urge to vomit.
Nausea is a sensation of an urge to vomit.

Nausea is a sensation of an urge to vomit. It may or may not accompany vomiting. Nausea is not a condition in itself but mainly a symptom of underlying medical conditions such as follows:

Diseases in the following regions may cause nausea:

Moreover, nausea can be associated with causes that aren’t due to underlying diseases, which include:

The cause of nausea and vomiting can be determined by its timing:

The causes of nausea and vomiting in children may vary from those in adults, and they include the following:

What are the symptoms of nausea?

Nausea may occur alone or may be accompanied by certain symptoms. Nausea accompanied by symptoms may indicate an underlying medical condition:

When to call a doctor?

Call the physician immediately if you observe these symptoms:


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