10 Ascites Symptoms

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Nausea

Chronic and long-term stomach conditions can sometimes cause nausea, which is another symptom regularly experienced by those with ascites. Nausea is not the act of vomiting but the sensation of an urge to vomit. The impulse can be short-lived or prolonged.

A person who feels nauseous will experience uneasiness in the stomach. Nausea doesn't always lead to vomiting, and neither vomiting or nausea are diseases, but both are symptoms of other conditions.2‘Causes. Stanford Health Care (SHC) - Stanford Medical Center, 5 June 2019, stanfordhealthcare.org/medical-conditions/digestion-and-metabolic-health/chronic-nausea/causes.html Drinking ice-cold drinks and avoiding greasy foods may bring relief.

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