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Is It Natural To Vomit After Drinking Gin
Nausea/Vomiting: Nausea/vomiting 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. See your doctor please. ...Read more
Seek prompt: Medical evaluation. This is nor normal.Get a more detailed answer ›
Low appetite. Eating1 time or max 2 times per 24 hours. Have vomiting feeling after drinking/eating.
Many causes: There are many causes of the symptoms that you are experiencing. As a result, if the symptoms persist, I would reccomend that you make an appointment with your primary care Physician. ...Read more
Coffee intolerance: It's not uncommon to develop an intolerance to caffeine. Both the heat and the coffee itself can irritate your stomach. Many people have to switch to decaf or no caffeine at all. As long as you're not having pain you should be okay. If you're used to a large coffee intake, expect a headache from withdrawal, although not necessarily. ...Read more
Nausea after alcohol: Drinking alcohol heavily can irritate your stomach's lining, causing nausea & vomiting. This is a protective mechanism your body uses to warn you to stop taking in toxins. The best cure for this problem is to stop drinking. You may need to lay off for a while so your stomach can recover. While waiting, alcoholics anonymous groups are available all over the world. http://tinyurl.com/owsrhx. ...Read more
Not good: Plain water and ice chips only. Otherwise, you may induce more vomiting. ...Read more
No Ice For You!!: Take the tequila out of those margaritas and you'll do fine. Or, rum out of those daiquiris? Short of that, or maybe quinine in tonic or a host of other ingredients you may be sensitive to-let's assume it happens just with ice water(and it's not from the Ganges), then you may be having what's called a"vagal"response from the back of your throat. It's a nerve that, when pissed off, can make life miserable ...Read more
?Esophageal issue?: If you are truly vomiting all attempts at solid or liquid intake, it is likely you have an esophageal problem (web/ring/stricture/allergy), and this should be urgently evaluated by a gastroenterologist, as you will become dehydrated and ill. ...Read more
Around 4 days ago I have got blood in my vomit, after drinking, I smoke from past 8 years. Plz help?
Get help now: If you have access to healthcare, you should be evaluated to see the source of your bleeding. The bleeding could be coming from the stomach, esophagus, or duodenum (first part of the small intestine). Alcohol, tobacco, aspirin, Ibuprofen and other anti-inflammatories can all contribute to the risk of this bleeding. When severe, this can be life-threatening. If you can't quit drinking, get help now. ...Read more
I have hot and cold spells, I vomit anything and everything I eat and drink, and then I develop a headache.
Thank you: Thank you for letting us know. You did not ask a question, however. ...Read more
I have hot and cold spells, I vomit anything and everything I eat or drink and now a headache. What do I have?
Related or not?: There are lots of possibilities here, all of which can be addressed by a physical exam and appropriate testing. Migraines for example can affect both head and gut ("intestinal migraine"). Please however don't contribute to your stomach upset by taking excessive nsaid's aimed at alleviating head ache. Get checked to rule out more esoteric pathology. ...Read more
What is causing me to become really nauseated after drinking cold water? I've even got to the point of vomitting.
Have u performed: A pregnancy test? This is step 1. Step 2, c ur doc ...Read more
About once every two weeks I have vomiting which is black and lasts up to three days. Nothing I eat or drink will digest.
It has been almost 24 hours after vomiting and I am able to hold down food and gatorade, would it be safe to drink mountain dew?
Depends: Depend on cause of acute vomiting — viral? Food poisoning? Ulcer? Medications?etc. Generally better w bland and non-carbonated, avoid caffeine (as in mountain dew). Hi residue foods (e.g. fibrous vegetables) and oily foods less well tolerated if possible delayed stomach emptying. If persistent nausea, blood, fever >3d, weight loss or inability to keep up w fluids, seek medical attention ...Read more
My friend is vomiting after drinking. She is conscious and aware, just nauseated. Her only other symptom is she's cold. What should I do to help?
Have her: Get evaluated. Without knowing much about how much she drank and her previous medical history or whether she aspirated. It may be safe to have her evaluated if concerned ...Read more
I ate pizza last night and since 5am I've been vomiting. I am afraid to eat or drink anything. What could it be and what can I take to feel better?
Repeated vomiting: Your vomiting may not be due to the pizza you ate. If you are vomiting repeatedly, go to the er and have you abdomen x-rayed and get some blood work to see if you do not have a more serious condition than merely food poisoning. Good luck. ...Read more
I'm an alcoholic I desperately want to stop. I vomit every morning if I don't drink. How severe is this and can I do it alone or do I need a dr help?
Get help ASAP:
First of all you should consult your PCP or another medical professional about your decision ASAP. You will get help or referral immediately. Whether youre cutting alcohol out of your life "cold turkey" or cutting down gradually, you may notice a number of improvements to the way you look and feel.
Be patient and congratulations! ...Read more
What can I do if I vomit any food I take in since after drinking coffee yesterday (around 10 hours ago)?
The last time I drank coffee was 3mos. Ago
Food poisoning?: Most likely you have a viral gastroenteritis or food poisoning from Staph aureus, Bacillus cereus or Norovirus. Treatment is supportive. If ginger tea/ginger ale and slow-deep breathing don't stop the vomiting you need medication to stop it. If unable to keep liquids down you may get dehydrated. See> http://bit.ly/1vxEW0V Consult your physican ...Read more
I only had vomiting and diarreoah for 5 hours 3 days ago. Eating and drinking and feel fine now. Am I stil contagious? No one else has caught it yet
It's been a year and i my symptoms are acidic feeling in the upper abodmen with pain if I drink or eat ill vomit. Is it serious? I taking rantide 150mg
If I drink too much alcohol I vomit every 20mins the next day for 6 hours, everyone else drinks MUCH more and wake up fine? Why does it make me vomit
An enzyme deficiency: You most likely have a deficiency in either alcohol dehydrogenase or aldehyde dehydrogenase. This can be a genetic inborn deficiency Which would cause a buildup of metabolites resulting in vomiting. There are various levels of deficiencies some are worse than others. You can undergo testing to determine if you have one of these deficiencies ...Read more
My son 20 months old, start vomiting since afternoon, he doesn't want to eat or drink, he is hot, what shall I do and is there anything can I give him?
Vomiting, hot: It sounds like you are describing a tummy infection. You can use Tylenol (acetaminophen) suppositories to treat his fever, the dose based on his weight. Try small amounts of Pedialyte or similar electrolyte solution to keep fluids down. If this is not working, have him seen. Babies can get dehydrated quickly. All the best and I hope he feels better. ...Read more
I had a barium done yesterday and 10 minutes after I vomited some up for 20mins. I tried to eat and drink later but I keep vomiting having a lot ofpain?
Be seen: It is hard to tell what is the problem without more info, but having continuing vomiting and pain is worrisome. I would be concerned about a blockage for example, which the barium could have aggravated. Obviously the study was done because of a problem which could also be acting up. But if these symptoms are worsening, you need someone to check you out! ...Read more
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