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How long does vomiting associated with volvulus last?

How long does vomiting associated with volvulus last?

Till end of volvulus: Once the volvulus is resolved or corrected it may take 24 hours for normal gut function to resume. If surgery is required to correct the volvulus then it can be 2-3 days. ...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


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How long does vomiting associated with intussusception last?

How long does vomiting associated with intussusception last?

12 - 24 hours: After the intussusception is reduced it should resolve very quickly. If symptoms remain present medications to prevent nausea can ber used. If surgery is required it may take 2-3 days before normal bowel function resumes. ...Read more

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How long does vomiting associated with hirschsprung disease last?

How long does vomiting associated with hirschsprung disease last?

Depends: Once the obstruction from the hirschsprung's disease is relieved vomiting or normal bowel function should resume in 2-3 days. ...Read more

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How long does vomiting associated with pyloric stenosis last?

How long does vomiting associated with pyloric stenosis last?

Till after surgery: Once pyloric stenosis is surgically corrected the baby can resume feeding several hours after surgery. Vomiting should be cured unless infant is overfed. ...Read more

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How long a spleen pain lasts at a time? Is there any medication b4 start the pain? She is 2 years with beta thalassemia intermedia. Hbn is 8.6 now.

How long a spleen pain lasts at a time? Is there any medication b4 start the pain? She is 2 years with beta thalassemia intermedia. Hbn is 8.6 now.

try Ibuprofen: I am assuming that her splenic pain is due to splenic sequestration. Blood may suddenly pool in the spleen. It causes splenic capsule to stretch out causing pain, but also causing her hemoglobin to drop, and may make her very sick. Mild splenic sequestration is tolerable, and for that, one could give Ibuprofen or acetaminophen, but for severe pain, i would recommend a visit to an emergency room. ...Read more

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How long does chest pains last for, after vomiting?

How long does chest pains last for, after vomiting?

Chest pain: Chest pain after vomiting doesn't generally last more than a few minutes. Sometimes there can be spasm of the esophagus or even a tear in the esophagus after severe vomiting. In the case of the tear the pain will last and marks the need for urgent care. Spasm generally wouldn't last more than half an hour. If you are experiencing prolonged pain post vomiting, you should seek medical care. ...Read more

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I used a cleaner + bleach last night. When I finished, I ended up vomiting for about 20 minutes & now I have extreme nausea. How long to pass?

I used a cleaner + bleach last night. When I finished, I ended up vomiting for about 20 minutes & now I have extreme nausea. How long to pass?

Cleaning nausea: If the "cleaner" had chlorine and you mixed it with bleach you may have gassed yourself with gaseous chlorine. That can be serious. Go to the ER. Tell them specifically what you mixed together. ...Read more

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My 5 year old was bitten by a tick the day before yesterday, it wasn't deep and it wasn't on for long. Last night he started vomiting. Is it related?

Unlikely. : Many tick borne illnesses require the tick to be embedded for a while, sometimes a day or more, before illnesses are transmitted. Some don't require this much tick time, but it's still unlikely that the illness would start one day later. Far more likely you're dealing with either a stomach virus or something your child ate. ...Read more

Dr. Michael Engel
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Thalassemia (Definition)

Thalassemia is sever anemia,it ...Read more