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Easy Way To Vomit
Vomiting. Been doing aerobics since retirement a yr ago. Added gentle yoga. Vomiting after easy exertion becoming habitual. Eat well, hydrate, fiber?
Diagnosis First: Vomiting calls for stomach evaluation. Your GI doctor will likely recommend upper endoscopy first, to rule out common stomach problems, and possibly abdominal MRI to look at your pancreas. However, do keep in mind that sometimes vomiting could be a sign of an elevated intracranial pressure. If there is nothing wrong with the stomach, you may need to see a neurologist. ...Read more
My son is 13 yrs old, has chrionic stomach pain. It started 4 days ago with some vomiting. Is there an easy remedy or should I bring him to the dr.?
Stomachache: Is the current symptom another episode of his chronic stomachache? Stomachache lasting 4 days is not chronic. If it is severe and the vomiting is frequent and persistent, bring him to the doctor today. ...Read more
Oops, my peptic ulcer is bleeding, I am seeing fresh blood in hulls and corn during defecation and vomiting, easy solution as getting back on my ppi?
GI Bleeding: I am sorry but not one of the doctors here will take on the liability of offering you reassurance. If you are bleeding you must contact the doctor who cares for you in person. ...Read more
When you have been throwing up what are some things you can eat that are really easy on your stomach?
Bland foods & water:
Water, lots of water.
Bland foods like rice & chicken breast. ...Read more
Easy bruising yellow skin vomiting, burping, tender abdomen, abdominal pain upper and lower nausea dizziness hiccups and itchy skin. Not feeling good
Nausea: If you are nauseated and feel like you going to vomit, then you most likely will. ...Read more
Find cause of vomit: Nausea may be gi-related (food poisoning, peptic disease, gastroparesis, due to biliary & pancreatic disease, gas/bloat syndrome, small bowel problems). Consider "central" causes: motion sickness, vertigo, migraine headache, brain problems (some very serious). Also, rule out infection (? Urinary tract), medication side effects, pregnancy, & even reaction to stress. Find & treat the cause--see doc. ...Read more
My baby boy who's one year nine months is being vomiting for the past hour. We suspect teething, but we have never seen it this way. Need urgent help
Your 21 month old child is vomiting. This can be due to various reasons, such as a "gastroenteritis" (a stomach virus), gastro esophageal reflux (spitting up), or other more serious causes. I would not attribute vomiting to teething. I would like you to see your Pediatrician to determine the cause.
Teething is certainly uncomfortable, but should not be the cause of vomiting. ...Read more
Need clarification.: I assume you are referring to a gastrointestinal viral infection that can cause vomiting. Yes — sometime a lower gastrointestinal infection can manifest as mostly diarrhea without much vomiting. ...Read more
Prevention and treat: There are many ways to prevent migraines, including avoiding migrane triggers, and some medications (such as propranolol). Some treatments for migraines are not oral and can be used if nausea is a large component of your migrane -- for example sumatriptan comes as a nasal spray. ...Read more
Don't! Consider this: You may have an eating disorder if you answer yes to two or more of the following: 1) do you force yourself to vomit because you're uncomfortably full? 2) do you worry that you've lost control over how much you eat? 3) have you lost14 lbs in a 3-month period? 4) do you believe you're fat when others think you are too thin? 5) does thinking about food dominate your life? (from aarp magazine). ...Read more
Depends on food: COLOR OF THE VOMITING DEPENDS ON VARIOUS FACTORS. ONE OF THE FACTORS IS THE FOOD YOU CONSUMED BEFORE YOU VOMITED. OTHER FACTOR IS THE PRESENCE OF BILE IN THE VOMITING. THIS MAKES IT THE YELLOWISH GREEN. ANY BLOOD IN THE VOMITING, DIZZINESS, OR WEAKNESS? IF NO THEN TREAT THE SYMPTOMS. IF THE SYMPTOMS ARE GONE AND NO ABDOMINAL PAIN OR FEVER THEN JUST WAIT AND WATCH. IF PERSISTENT, SEE A DOCTOR. ...Read more