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Throwing Up Bile Headache
The medical term is cephalalgia. It is a feeling of pain that can occur on either both sides or just one side of the head or neck. Headaches can be sharp, dull, or throbbing, and can radiate to different areas of the head. They typically last less than an hour but can ...Read more
Ate crab: I hope it is mild food poising.If condition not improving quickly i suggest we should see doctor.depending upon severity of disease one may need IV fluid and antibioyic treatment. ...Read more
Get to a doctor: The internet is a great place to answer some questions like "what is "strep throat?" or "what is rheumatoid arthritis?" its not a good place to get a diagnosis, especially when you are actually sick. That requires a complete history, a hands-on physical exam, maybe further tests after that. ...Read more
Fever?: Anyone else ill? Could be a lot of things. Sounds like you need to see a doctor. Hope you're better soon. ...Read more
Bile: A viral infection or food poisoning may be the cause. Green stool is usually caused by rapid transit time in the gut, which can happen when an infection makes the gut mucosa more permeable to water or prevents absorption of your intake. Bile refluxing from the duodenum is enough to make vomit green. Hope you're feeling better -- if this is clearly not a mild self-limited illness, get seen. ...Read more
Woke up at night, had stomach pain, nausea. Threw up 4 times and had watery stools. This morning continued to vomit yellow liquid. How to stop?
Gastroenteritis: This is either due to food poisoning of some type or more likely to viral infection (norovirus most commonly). It should not last more than several days. Until it clears keep yourself hydrated. If you cannot keep anything down go to an er and get evaluated and managed. Good luck and hope this misery goes away quickly. ...Read more
Christmas night felt bloated began throwing up, nausea, diarrhea. 3rd day no throwing up but yellow liquid stool(forcefully). Is this normal/?
You're on the mend: No, what you're recovering from is not "normal" but sounds like a classic enteritis--either infectious (most likely) or food-related. You're in good company--lots of similar cases have been recently described in your area. If symptoms persist much longer, consult your family doctor please. ...Read more
More information...: We would need to have more information to give you an accurate answer on this. How this this has been going on for?Abdominal pain?Any abnormalities with your periods? Just to ask a few.However,if just a few days,might be a virus, so stay hydrated and rest.If having significant abdominal pain I would suggest you to go to the ED for evaluation. You might also need a pregnancy test if period is late. ...Read more
Blood: It's a blood presence after interaction with the stomach acid. It might happened from the acute gastrointestinal bleeding when blood vessels damaged while retching and vomiting. Your stool color might be black as well. I would suggest to visit your doctor or nearest er. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
YES: Vomiting is caused by stomach inflammation, gastritis and gastritis causes vomiting. Any vomiting could cause a tear in the esophagus . If you always vomit when you eat clams, then you should avoid them. If this was a one time occasion, perhaps the clams were spoiled or you contracted a virus. Your stomach could be irritated from taking ibuprofen, alleve, aspirin, +/- alchohol. ...Read more
Inverted burp burning throat and throwing up yellow bile coughing and more comes up, instant chest congestion. Help?
Please seek medical: Evaluation for these symptoms.Get a more detailed answer ›
; your question is?: Sorry to hear you're feeling sick, but we can't help with the limited information you provided. When you seek medical evaluation today be prepared to describe where in your abdomen you feel pain, the quality of the distress, what's in the vomitus (food, blood, bile, clear fluid), recent exposures, if signs of dehydration, etc. Feel better-- take clear fluids as tolerated ; avoid nsaid's, alcohol. ...Read more
Upset stomach, gas, nausea after eating anything. Coughing up black tonsil stones every few weeks. What is wrong?
Get checked. : Coughing up phlegm for sometimes may be an ongoing allergies issues or viral infection. Upset stomach and other factors may be part of that illness but it should not be ongoing. It is good to have some blood test to see how is your immune system and how bad is the infection. Increase water intake and take some vitamins. And it is important to see your doctor. ...Read more
22m old fell from chair&hit back of head yesterday.Woke up threw up 2xthis morning&now has101.2fever.Acting normal, vomit normal.Related2fall or flu?
See doctor: The vomiting could be from something structurally wrong in the brain--a blood clot, etc. However, fever would be unusual with head trauma in an acute setting. Also, acting normal would probably not go along with head trauma. However, you probably ought to play it safe and get baby checked out. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
At greasy food with in hours belching, wake up with sweats, vomiting middle back pain nauseated fever could this b gallbladder, went to ER labs normal?
Yes, need ultrasound: The symptoms you provide could be associated with gallbladder inflammation or cholecystitis, usually associated with gallstones. The test for this is initially a liver/gallbladder ultrasound. Bloodwork may or may not be useful, depending on the acuteness and whether the gallstones are blocking only the gallbladder or other bile ducts. If this is negative, other tests should be considered. ...Read more
Probable Bronchitis: Yellow or green sputum in the morning may indicate a bronchitis. When sputum is in a dark moist space for several hours, it becomes more viscid and changes color from a clear or white to yellow and a green. If one coughs up this type of sputum continuous during the day, it probably means that an active infection is going on and it would be wise to ask a physician to examine you ...Read more
Painful diarrhea about every 2 months. Wakes me up at night. Vomit from pain, very painful stomach cramps. Bile in diarrhea?
Gut migraine: definitely should discuss with Gastroenterologist who's fascinated by neurological problems, or Neurologist interested in the gut..need to do studies to be sure its not the 'tip of the iceberg' of something progressive, but might be one of the reactive bowel issues often called IBS. Diet related? Responds to Zofran (ondansetron)? Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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