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Anxious Throw Up
I need some serious psychiatric intervention. When I get scared and anxious. I throw up and violently. I'm always paranoid all the time. I'm sick.?
Certainly that level: Of anxiety is impacting your ability to function! but it's very hard to make a diagnosis without actually talking with you. Looking back, it seems you have a psychiatrist. Call them! we are here to help! whatever your doc says, it can't be as bad as the fear you have right now! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
When I feel anxious I always throw up. It usually happens when I don't know the outcome of something. I don't know how to get it to stop. ?
I feel so anxious and paranoid I throw up and I can't breathe. It gets really severe. I'm so sick with fear of psychiatrists I hide from them.?
I do believe i have an abscessed tooth-hurts to chew, close my jaw, lower jaw swollen & red, want to throw up, anxious, jaw is throbbing, dizzy, help
Hey I don't know what is wrong with me but I throw up every time I feel anxious I feel like I have anxiety?
Anxiety & Nausea: Panic attacks can trigger nausea. Please see your doc to make sure all is well and then a clinical psychologist for some stress management. Peace and good health. ...Read more
I keep getting anxious over things, I don't think there's one part of my day when I'm not nervous by something. I start feeling sick if I get too nervous sometimes throw up.
I was in the pool and somone throw a water gun and it hit my head I feel fine but anxious and nauseous a little dizzy but I had coffee dr want see me?
Im actually feeling anxious & constantly feeling dizzy and fatigue and sometimes its like i want to throw up. Am i sick or what?
I feel extremely stressed and anxious. So much that my neck and back are in constant spasm, this causes severe headache and I throw up sometimes. My throat is also sore. I also suffer from severe sinusitis. Take gen-payne and glencet 5. Not better :(?
Dr. can check throat: New throat pain can be from a strep throat infection (antibiotics are needed), a cold or influenza (antibiotics usually not used), or from some other cause such as allergies or irritants. Usually, one sees the doctor if the sore throat is bothersome, recurrent, or doesn't go away quickly (mainly to check for strep). The doctor can check out the other symptoms too, to see what treatments may help. ...Read more
Basic rule: I generally follow a simple rule on oral medicines.Any spit-up within 15min where i can see or smell the med i will repeat the full dose. 15-30 half, after 30 none.Sometimes it is better to give the stomach a chance to settle down rather that repeating immediately. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
2 thoughts: By eating too little, you are depriving yourself. Then when you do eat, you want to get rid of the feeling that you are deprived. It sounds like you do this by either over-eating or binging. 2 thoughts. First - eat regular, reasonable meals - don't starve yourself. Second - over eaters anonymous would be a great way to address these behaviors and the underlying thoughts and feelings. Take care. ...Read more
Vomiting: Sounds like he should see his family physician and get a check-up and discuss this as an issue. ...Read more
I have not ate in 4 days i was wanting to know what I should do I tried eating and i throw it right back up
See a Dr.: Several stomach viruses can cause naseau and vomitting, but persistence over 4 days is too long, and you should see a dr. For a good clinical exam and treatment. Good luck. ...Read more
My husband has to wait a few hours in the morning before eating otherwise he throws up. Should i be concerned?
Not ok: He needs to see his doctor.Insist on taking him to the doctor. ...Read more
Should you reuse the same shower rag or throw it away after each use? Can you get anything from reusing the rag?
What does it mean to throw your back out? Does it just mean that you hurt your back and can't move or something else?
When : When people say that they have 'thrown their back out, ' what they really mean is while performing a specific activity (such as gardening, twisting, sneezing, or bending) they experienced an onset of severe back pain. The fact is, 'throwing your back out' is a figure of speech. While there are several causes of this sudden back pain (for example: muscle spasm, arthritis, pinched nerve or a herniated disk), this sudden pain actually remain a mystery. The condition of back pain can be treated in many ways including chiropractic care (patients often experience rapid improvement), pain injections, physical therapy, otc medications, massage and surgical intervention. Each person's pain experience is very personal and differs from person to person. Your doctor can help you determine the specific cause of the back pain (via xray, ct, mri) and prescribe a treatment regimen that will work for you. In the meantime, some things you can do to promote back health is to work towards a healthy weight, lose excess weight, wear comfortable/supportive shoes, ensure your work area/computer is ergonomic and promotes good posture, stretch and exercise regularly and go easy on your back and use good technique when lifting (bend at knees, not the hip). ...Read more
I have a friend that lives in egypt well every time he eats he throws it up afterwards how can he stop throwing it all up?
PLEASE ADVICE YOUR: Friend that this is not normal and should see a doctor soon as possible. ...Read more
My son is 13 months old and he throws up like, when he cries hard or sometimes with thicker foods. Im not sure what's going on?
Delayed emptying: He may have slow emptying of his stomach so when he cries or has thicker foods that are hard to digest they sit longer and any bearing down movement (crying or taking a bm for example) may cause him to reflux or throw it up. A visit with your doc will help sort it out. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer