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Can you pull a muscle from vomiting?

Can you pull a muscle from vomiting?

Yes: Then the question becomes "is the pain actually a muscle pull?" if your chest hurts after vomiting, it could be due to acid in the esophagus or other gi/cardiac problem. If your left upper abdomen hurts, are you vomiting due to an ulcer? Then, the pain is not a muscle pull. Call your doctor to review your symptoms. ...Read more

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Dr. Rohit Keswani
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Muscle Strain (Definition)

-exposed 2 forces beyond it's ability 2 handle, it causes damage R the muscle. Just like a bruise. It is first a stretch with reversibility 2 recover fully if left alone 4 a while. 2'nd is actual tear of some muscle fibers & need a longer time 2 heal, & can if big enough scar & lead 2 pain & easily aggravated . 3'rd is total tear, which can not B repaired. Also 3'rd can ...Read more


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Can you pull a muscle in your hip area from vomiting?

Can you pull a muscle in your hip area from vomiting?

Absolutely: I'm sorry you're sick. Use ice packs, and see a doctor about the vomiting if it doesn't resolve promptly. ...Read more

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Can vomiting pull a muscle in your esophagus?

Can vomiting pull a muscle in your esophagus?

Pulled muscle: If you retching badly you may pull a muscle. ...Read more

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Is it possible to pull a muscle in your lower back after vomiting out of a car window?

Is it possible to pull a muscle in your lower back after vomiting out of a car window?

Yes easily.: Any form of bending, side to side motion of the trunk/spine, strenuous physical activity can cause muscle strain and back pain. Hope you feel better soon! http://www.Mayoclinic.Com/health/back-pain/ds00171. ...Read more

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My partner has been vomiting now the right side of his abdomen hurts could this be muscle strain?

My partner has been vomiting now the right side of his abdomen hurts could this be muscle strain?

Muscle strain: Muscle strain is definitely a possibility after a severe episode of vomiting or retching. Strong abdominal contractions can cause pain in and of themselves. ...Read more

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Left upper abdmnal pain hasn't gone away after 4 days. No fever, vomit, bulge or fatigue.It's not excruciating but bothersome.Is this a muscle strain?

Left upper abdmnal pain hasn't gone away after 4 days. No fever, vomit, bulge or fatigue.It's not excruciating but bothersome.Is this a muscle strain?

Probably Not: Needs GI evaluation. Examine your diet, eliminate gas-producing high-carb foods like bread, potatoes. Expect to have bariuem enema or ct of the abdomen with contrast, endoscopy and probably some blood work. ...Read more

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Can vomiting pull the pelvic muscles?

Can vomiting pull the pelvic muscles?

Can it ever: I was food poisoned once in new orleans. I pulled every muscle in my belly throwing up. Sore for a week. ...Read more

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Can U pull muscles in your chest and neck from vomiting ?

 Can U pull muscles in your chest and neck from vomiting ?

Yes: That's a fact. Vomiting is hard work. Get some rest and feel better soon! ...Read more

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Could you pull a muscle in your ribcage?

Could you pull a muscle in your ribcage?

Yes: This is not uncommon to pull the intercostal muscles between the ribs. Healing is like other muscle pulls but due to continual breathing the healing period may be longer due to continuous "tweaking' of the pulled muscle and if you don't breath deeply, pneumonias can theorectically develop. ...Read more

Muscle (Definition)

It is a body tissue that has the ability to contract. It shortens and generates force. It relaxes and returns to its original length. Muscles move joints, stabilize the body, move air and food through the organs, act as valves for bladder, bowel and other organs. They control movement of the eyes. They help us express ourselves by changing the shape of our ...Read more


Dr. Oscar Novick
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Vomiting (Definition)

Nausea is the sensation of having an urge to vomit. Vomiting is forcing the contents of the stomach up through the esophagus and ...Read more