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Thanks for asking!: Substances that affect the brain (nicotine surely does!) should be gradually withdrawn and tapered. To alleviate symptoms, if other causes have been ruled out, is to re-introduce some nicotine, either, patch, gum or spray and have a structured plan for very gradually and slowly reducing the dosage. ...Read more
Damaged Goods??: Boy,I know some people who ACT like they have brain damage yet don't have any headache- and only vomit after drinking!But in your case,I take it you may mean after head injury? Or developing gradually for no reason? Well, in that case,get yourself checked-out.If you have vertigo (feel like you just stepped off the merry-go-round) then get that checked too.If you've just been on a bad date well.... ...Read more
I have flu like symptoms, vomiting, bright yellow liquid stool. I wanted to know if this is normal for flu symptoms or should I go in?
Diarrgea: You should see your primary care physician or a gastroenterologist to make sure it's not infectious. ...Read more
How can you tell the difference between a hangover and alcohol poisoning? I drank a lot last night. Symptoms: vomiting, rapid heart rate, weak/shaky
They can go together: You should have a physical exam to be sure your medical condition is stable. Depending on the amount and duration of your drinking as well as the exact nature of your symptoms some medication usually short term may be prescribed. Hopefully there will be a discussion of your drinking pattern and how it is impacting your life . ...Read more
Sir my dog is pomeranian breed and it is not eating anything since 3days and symptoms are vomitings and diarh.2tooth also losted today ?
Dog not eating: This website is for humans, but I can answer your question because I was a veterinarian before medical school. Your Pom could have vomiting from swallowing a foreign body (look for missing toys, socks, etc. around the house), from eating something outside, or possibly foodborne infection. If she/he is refusing food AND water, a veterinarian has to check this before the weekend. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Medication options: While a few studies have linked cyclic vomiting syndrome (cvs) with migraines (or a family history of migraines), we still don't know what exactly causes a person to develop cvs. Treatment options include anti-nausea medications such as Promethazine (phenergan) or ondansetron (zofran), anti-migraine medications, neuroleptics, and pro-kinetic medications. Many options. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See below: Common symptoms of cyclic vomitting syndrome are recurring attacks of intense nausea, vomiting and sometimes abdominal pain, headaches or migraines. Causes may include various foods, infections ( such as colds), menstruation, extreme physical exertion, lack of sleep, stress, etc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Technically, yes: It is possible although i would not advise it. It will be very unpleasant for you and anyone who has the misfortune to be seated near you. In possible, wait until the child is better. ...Read more
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