Hello. Thank you for posting your query at DoctorSpring.com
I understand your concern.
I went through your reports and the good thing is that it shows no electrolyte imbalance no anemia. Since you hace persistent fatigue with vomitting feeling, it can point towards vertigo, where the patient manifests with slight dizziness, constant fatigue, head spinning ( not all the time ), and vomitting. It is possible that you're too stressed from work too, and that can also be causing your symptoms. Do you have any history of migraine?
Do you have any history of any ear infection recently? Because at times inflammation of the inner ear can also lead to such symptoms. Just to be sure, you can go for a routine Ear examination just to rule out any such inflammation. Also since your systole is slightly on the higher side, i will advise you to get your BP monitored to check its level. As you know, three values have to be taken to be certain of your BP values.
I advise you take some time off and rest for a few days. Your job is stressful and it can have an impact on your health. However, it is better you get your Ear examined just to rule out any inflammation. Also get a CBC done, which will give us a better picture of any sub clinical infection. If it doesn't settle in another 3-4 days time, it is advisable to get a CT SCAN done to rule out any intra cranial hypertension, which seems unlikely in absence of other symptoms like visual disturbances.
You can take the following medicine to control your nausea and vomiting :
Tab. Ondansetron, can be taken 30 minutes before food. ( up to twice a day ).
Hope this is helpful,