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Dark Specks In Vomit
Vomited this morning and it consisted of brown flakes and some dark brown and black blobs. I didnt vomit to much.
Somewhat concerning: What's concerning is the dark brown and more so black. If you ate something that may look like that, then it's less concerning - though not too many people eat things that are black!. The reason for the concern is that blood can oxidize in the intestinal tract and appear black and vomiting blood is always something for concerned. I would encourage you to review this with your doctor. Good luck ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have been vomiting since about 8 pm.I was concerned that im not able to keep any fluids down.My biggest concern now is that it's dark green.
Go to er: Asap. You may be dehydrated.Get a more detailed answer ›
Gtubetoddler. vomits often. Not sick-Lots of fancy tests but No cause has been found.Vomit is normally his white formula. Tonight it's dark green?
G-tube vomiting: No positive PH probe overnight in the hospital for reflux esophagitis? That is surprising. Bilious vomitus is bright yellow green. That happens after usually after multiple times of vomiting in a row. Coffee grounds-looking vomitus can be from bleeding from the upper GI tract. Please let us know which fancy tests have been done. Do you keep your toddler upright for 1/2-1 hour after feeds? ...Read more
Bile: Bilious vomitus is that color. If he has frequent episodes of vomiting, inflammation of the stomach lining(gastritis), gall bladder problems, hepatitis, intestinal adhesions, peptic ulcer, hiatal hernia are possibilities and he should be examined by a physician. Have him abstain from alcohol,caffeine,greasy and very spicy foods,nicotine in the meantime ...Read more
Get help now: Pain/bleeding/swelling are all signs that you need immediate attention. Call physician now or go to er. ...Read more
I forced myself to throw up and my vomit was a dark brown color and there wasn't a lot. Is that normal?
Vomiting dark brown. I dcsid consume alcohol all last night until early morning today. Should I be worried?
Yes: Bleeding in the esophagus or stomach can occur from ruptured blood vessels or injury to the mucosal lining from excessive alcohol use, particularly in those people with liver disease. You should see your doctor or go to the nearest ER as soon as possible for evaluation and any necessary treatment. ...Read more
Why do I vomit light orange stuff and darkish green stuff and dark red stuff and it doesn't look like food ?
Vomiting: Do you have that all the time and for how long? U need to see ur doc asap if you have red vomitus and u HAV enot eaten any red foods or had any red drinks. Green, yellow may be form bilious vomiting which again needs ot be checked out by ur doc. Dont wait. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I haven't eaten in a couple days and when i got sick my vomit was yellow and dark green. What could this be?
Bile: Since there is no 'food' in your stomach, you are throwing up the 'digestive juices' that your body is still producing. More importantly, if you are not eating and still throwing up, you could have a serious problem....Call your doctor as soon as possible. ...Read more
Important question.: If you vomit blood, it can actually look just like coffee grounds. Of course, it can look like bright red blood - particularly if bleeding is heavy or rapid. Blood that works its way through the whole GI tract can look like tar: shiny black tar. Having said all this, it is important to be evaluated by a doctor if you are having these symptoms. Seek urgent help if you feel you are in danger. ...Read more
Feeling really cold, serve back pains, stool is dark green and feel like vomiting. What could that be?
Gastroenteritis: You might have a case of stomach flu which can cause chills, nausea, diarrhea and sometimes vomiting. Usually it subsides in several days. If the stool is loose and continues, you should see your doctor for stool cultures. Food poisoning usually causes vomiting within 6-8 hours of eating contaminated food. Flu-like symptoms can often cause back pains as well. Recommend bland diet until better. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My wife woke up from a chokingfeeling & threw up twice. Few dark blobs were floating in her vomit which is mostly water& her last night Doritos snack.
Indigestion: She probably had some delayed gastric emptying after going to bed with somewhat greasy food in her stomach. If this is so, the nausea and vomiting should subside. Absence of abdominal pain is reassuring, but consult her physician if symptoms persist or worsen. Flat room temperature ginger ale and some saltine crackers or broth should be tolerated once vomiting has subsided. ...Read more
It could: Everything in moderation. Too much of anything is no good. ...Read more
Been puking all day, couldn't stomach anything after a while I notice my vomit was a dark greenish color..Should I be concerned ?
If persist, see MD: green/yellow color likely bile can see w recurrent vomit; not concern if nausea/vomit resolve in 2-3 days,but seek urgent MD attention if with "red flags" e.g. blood, abdominal pain, inability to keep hydrated, headache, hi temp. Happy to consult but check for pregnancy if applicable. Would need more info re medications/ medical conditions/past history. ...Read more
Vomitting so much it has now been 5 hrs and its hurts so bad to throw up that it is now dark brown/black liquid and everytime i sit up i vomit!
What type of migraine do I have ? They hit with out warning. I get really sick to the point where I am vomiting, the light, smell of food or any noises make it worse.My face swells some times and all I am able to do is lock myself in a cold dark quite roo
Sudden coughing fit which caused vomiting of a lot of dark & red blood & foamy substance. Primary care or ER?
ER: Vomiting blood is almost always reason to head to the ER for evaluation. Blood in the stomach can be from a bleeding ulcer, swallowed blood from a posterior nosebleed, or other serious problems. The ER can also make sure your blood pressure and red blood cell counts are ok and give IV fluids or blood transfusions if you need it. ...Read more