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Sudden Vomiting Without Nausea
What are U treating?: 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. See your doctor please for eval. ...Read more
Vomiting: Vomiting without nausea is usually due to travelling like being car sick. ...Read more
Get a pregnancy test: At your age, I would get a pregnancy test. If it continues I would see your doctor. ...Read more
Normal Human: You are normal. The only way to overcome this normal or natural response is with experience. Those in health care get to the point where this does not stimulate such a reaction with time and exposure or experience providing care for the sick. ...Read more
Vomiting: If you vomit shortly after taking the pill and see pill particles in the vomitus you're probably not getting absorption. ...Read more
Vomiting: Nausea and vomiting have various causes with common ones being simple indigestion, viral infection or specific food intolerance. Try drinking room temperature flat ginger ale or flat Coca-Cola to settle your stomach. Eat lightly such as broth or saltine crackers. If vomiting persists or if there is associated abdominal pain, tenderness, vomiting of blood or coffee grounds like material go to ER. ...Read more
You could be:
Bleeding! GET THIS CHECKED OUT ASAP!
Hope this helps!
Dr Z ...Read more
What do you recommend if I have a hangover and have felt nauseas without vomiting for about 17 hours?
Not unusual: With a severe hangover to have it last a day or more, but not usually longer. Firstly, don't drink so much that you get hung over. If you cannot control your drinking, you need help from professionals and should see a chemical dependency program. If your nausea continues after 24 hours or so, see a doctor. Stay hydrated, force yourself to take in adequate clear fluids (apple juice, jello, broths). ...Read more
How can I recover from a caffeine overdose quickly? I have nausea but no vomitting. Should I eat something?
What are the reasons for constant light nausea (no vomitting)? I usually don't feel it while in movement and don't feel any kind of pain.
Many possibilities - could be gastrointestinal, nervousness, brain related, inner ear related, medications, diet related, elevated CSF pressure, elevated intra-ocular pressure, endocrine / hormone related....Etc. Very broad topic.
Need someone to ask appropriate questions like associated symptoms, timing etc. And check many tests. ...Read more
I've had nausea for 4 days now but I have not vomited and it's making me feel miserable and I feel as though I am going to vomit all the time.?
Meclizine: I would advise you visit your physician to help determine what the cause might be, such as food poisioning, inner ear infection, pregnancy? But you could try meclizine 25 mg by month once a day to help relieve the nausea. Ask the pharmacist where you can find a generic version of this. Just note that meclizine can make you drowsy. ...Read more
In last month, son had 3 incidents of vomiting without nausea or any sign of illness. Events were approximately one week apart. What can this be?
2 months late, nausea, vomitting, migraines. Took a test 2 weeks ago, was negative. I did spot lightly for almost 2 weeks, it has stopped. Suggestions?
See your Dr: I certainly don't know what's the problem, but something is not right and an exam is the best way to find it. There may not be a connection between all the signs you note - but do get attention and I hope you feel better soon! ...Read more
It is hard to make a clear diagnosis without further information. It may be something as simple as a viral gastritis or something more serious as bowel obstruction.
If you are passing gas and having normal bowel movements that its unlikely to be a bowel obstruction. If you are also feeling weak, achy and have a fever than it points to an infectious process such as a viral gastritis (stomach flu). ...Read more
Fear of vomiting:
Emotophobia is fear of vomiting. It can happen with patients who have frequent nausea and vomiting (such as cancer patients who worry about symptoms with each dose of chemo) or it can be from bad vomiting episodes in the past.
This may be related to a generalized anxiety disorder. If this is a symptom that is severe or happens frequently, talk to your doctor about treatment options. ...Read more
Ultrasound/Bloods: Abdominal pain can be caused by many different ailments. There are chances it could be a muscular strain or inflammation of cartilage. However if you have N&V as well it could be due to infection of structures nearby such as the gall bladder and liver, pancreas, and referred pain from appendix, ovaries, fallopian tubes, kidneys and ureters. If pain is ongoing you will need an ultrasound & bloods ...Read more
Expectations: Nausea should be expected. Vomiting can occur. Though, you should have access to plenty of medications for nausea. Many people have flushing or an odd taste while getting chemo. Pain would be very unusual. There are some chemo meds that can have an allergic effect, so rash and flu-like symptoms can occur. ...Read more
Need evaluation: Before taking any nausea medicine, it is best to see your doctor to see what the cause of nausea may be. The differential diagnosis of nausea is huge and therefore knowing the underlying cause and treating that may be more effective than just treating the symptoms alone. ...Read more
Anxiety related: It seems that flying is anxiety provoking for u. Your symptoms represent anxiety. Trying a benzodiazepine or a beta blocker might be helpful. Take these medications once before you try it during flight. Taking 0.5mg of xanax (alprazolam) might be a better choice, since it is short and fast acting and sedation may not last long. Propranolol may decrease physical sxs. Of anxiety, but not psychological sxs. Thanks. ...Read more
Med eval: Hello. Don't know gender or age. Chronic nausea and vomiting warrants medical evaluation. In the meantime a simple way to reduce nausea is with ginger. You can drink slightly flattened ginger ale or nibble on crystallized ginger. Or pour boiling water over freshly sliced organic ginger & steep at least 5 min in a covered pot. Sip. Aromatherapy: sweet orange (citrus sinensis). ...Read more
So I have been suffering from nausea at nite for some time. I get it around the same time. Sometimes I vomit. What could it be?
Multiple causes: You may be expereimcing symtoms of acid reflux or you may have gastriris, an inflammation of the stomach. I would recommend over the counter Pepcid (famotidine) ac am/pm for 1 week; hoever, if not improved or worsening, you must seek medical attention. Watch for black stools or vomiting of blood: if either occurs go directly to the er. ...Read more
Nausea every morning&every evening to the point of wanting to vomit but it goes away about half an hour both times? What are most common causes?
Daily on/off nausea: Distinguish pregnancy, inflammatory (ulcer, small bowel disease, gallbladder/ biliary problem, pancreatitis, uti), structural (partial obstruction, extrinsic impression against the gut (adhesions, superior mesenteric artery syndrome), functional (gastroparesis, irritable bowel), anxiety, much more. A thorough exam and some directed imaging studies & labs should provide your answer. ...Read more
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