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 What causes waves of nausea?

Answer Nausea is an unsettling or queasy feeling in the stomach that makes a person feel as though they are going to vomit. Sometimes nausea causes or results in vomiting, though not always. Waves of naus... Read More »
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What are the causes of random waves of unexplained nausea?

Nausea, or the feeling of being sick to your stomach, can come and go in episodes that seem random. It may lead to vomiting or just make you feel uncomfortable. Nausea has a variety of causes, incl... Read More »
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Should you be worried if you are 6 weeks pregnant with little nausea but had bad nausea with your past 2 miscarriages?

Answer Nothing is certain but I would try not to worry. If you miscarry again you definitely need to get checked out as there may be some little thing preventing you carrying a pregnancy.Good Luck
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What is the difference between radio waves&cell phone waves?

Cell phone signals are transmitted through the medium of electromagnetic waves. The types of waves that make up the electromagnetic spectrum include (in part) radio waves, microwaves, infrared wave... Read More »
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If waves increase, does the distance between the waves decrease?

According to the Physics Classroom, the frequency of a wave is equal to its velocity divided by its wavelength. This means that an increase in the frequency (the total number of waves per interval)... Read More »
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