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09 Jun 2014, 6:17 am

I notice that I get very bad sound sensitivity when I feel nauseous. When the nausea goes away my sound sensitivity goes away as well.


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09 Jun 2014, 7:01 am

DevilKisses wrote:
I notice that I get very bad sound sensitivity when I feel nauseous. When the nausea goes away my sound sensitivity goes away as well.

I get this too and it has something to do with the fluid levels in my middle-ear. It's really annoying when it happens though.



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09 Jun 2014, 11:23 am

I get nausea and horrible sensory issues when I get a migraine...

I think it's an egg and chicken thing - not sure which causes what.


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09 Jun 2014, 1:05 pm

eggheadjr wrote:
I get nausea and horrible sensory issues when I get a migraine...

I think it's an egg and chicken thing - not sure which causes what.

For me it's the headache or nausea that causes the sensory issues. When I have sensory issues noise can make that stuff worse, but I know for sure that sensory issues never cause physical problems for me.


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09 Jun 2014, 3:26 pm

I've never noticed anything like that, on the rare occasions that I feel really sick it is the most horrible feeling in the world, worse than pain or any other discomfort I've experienced, and I'm emetophobic so I fight it every step of the way, and it almost always passes without the throwing up. That's all I want to say. Or hear about. No more. End of discussion. :(



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09 Jun 2014, 4:27 pm

Throwing up is not as bad for me as it used to be. But I used to dread it more than anything in the world. For me it was a terrifying experience. I still hate it, but it is not near as bad as it used to be.



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09 Jun 2014, 5:39 pm

vickygleitz wrote:
Throwing up is not as bad for me as it used to be. But I used to dread it more than anything in the world. For me it was a terrifying experience. I still hate it, but it is not near as bad as it used to be.

Me too. I still dread throwing up, but when I can't stand the sensory stuff I just make myself throw up so I can feel normal again.


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09 Jun 2014, 5:43 pm

Sometimes, I get tension headaches; there are times when nausea is also present.