When you are nauseated, you may feel weak and sweaty and notice a lot of saliva in your mouth. Nausea often leads to vomiting. Most of the time you do not need to worry about nausea and vomiting, but they can be signs of other illnesses. Two common causes of nausea and vomiting are stomach flu and food-borne illness. Nausea and vomiting from viral stomach flu will usually start to improve within 24 hours. Nausea and vomiting from a food-borne illness may last from 12 to 48 hours.
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There are a number of conditions that can be associated with nausea and vomiting, and dehydration is also a risk; further general information on vomiting in teenagers can be found at NHS Choices. In young women who are pregnant, or may be pregnant, 'morning sickness' can be another cause of nausea and vomiting. If you're a teenager and you're concerned about your symptoms, it's best to get them checked out by your GP. If you're a parent or carer of a teenager and you're concerned about their symptoms, explain that you think they should go to the GP and offer to make them an appointment.
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Skip to content. More Advice about Teens' Health More Advice about Nausea. Hi there, My 15 year old son has been experiencing GI upset nausea, heartburn for quite some time now.