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(HealthDay News) -- Feelings of nausea after eating may be related to problems in the gastrointestinal tract, or a neurological or hormonal issue, says Cleveland Clinic.
So it's important to tell your doctor about your health history.
Cleveland Clinic says other possible causes of nausea after eating include:
- Diabetes or gallbladder disease.
- A stomach bug or food poisoning.
- Motion sickness.
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