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Treatment Of Emesis
I've been taking a 7 day Monistat treatment & last night was my final treatment this morning i started throwing up dark yellow liquid what's happening?
Could be ucer: Epigastric pain which is the tip of your stomach could mean either ulcer or gastritis stay on liquid or light diet take either Prilosec or zantac from over the counter with some anti acid make sure your bowels moving ok no constipation if your symptoms does not improve your doctor should referred you for upper endoscopy. ...Read more
Palliative sedation : Sedation use to relieve refractory symptoms is often indicated in palliative treatment of dying patients. Inoperable malignant intestinal obstruction or advanced malignant cancer is the most common cause of intractable vomiting. Medications such as Midazolam & propofol, +/- haloperidol are often used for this purpose and work by creating a medication induced coma. Life expectancy is 3-4 days. ...Read more
Doing physical therapy for migraines on my neck, shoulders, & base of head. Always off balance and dizzy. Then vomiting begins. What can cause this?
Neck or migraine: There is vertigo that comes when the brain doesn't get position info from the neck nerves either from muscle spasm or arthritis. Treatment is pt to neck if dizziness and neck symptoms parallel. Some migraines have vertigo as the aura. Nausea/vomiting seen with either migraine or vertigo but with migraine usually sound/light sensitivity. May need ENT with ear expertise to sort these two conditions. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 9 yr son is throwing up non stop he can't hold any drinks or soild food what is some home treatments i can do to help my son?
How can I get over my fear of vomiting on my own without therapy? Should I force myself to puke? What do I do? Vomiting isn't too bad right?
Rule out medical: conditions by seeing your doc first. Then consider stress management. See www.relaxationresponse.org for some self-help. Peace and good health. You MAY have developed a phobia about vomiting. You are now fearful of over-using a bodily process that is only necessary when we have toxins that need to be expelled. ...Read more
Citrus/Ginger: Remedies other than traditional medicines include foods, pressure points and some vitamins. Ginger has been shown to aid in the relief of nausea as has both the taste and aroma of citrus fruits. Wrist bands used for sea sickness and accupuncture have also provided relief for some. Last, 25 mg of vitamin b6 taken 3-4 times a day may help with nausea and vomiting as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am diagnosed with hpylori i have taken tripe therapy one month back still have gas problem acidity reduced no vomiting but bloating and gas so worry?
Keep up with GI: Keep following up with the GI Dr. as now that you have taken care of the H.Pylori issues, the gas and bloating can be assessed and treated. Best wishes. ...Read more
In second stage lung cancer is it important to first take medication for blood coughing and vomiting, before starting the actual therapy?
No 2 cases the same: In clinical stage ii non-small-cell cancer, the burning question may actually be "candidate for surgical cure". If you are vomiting at this stage, one burning question is possible brain metastases; if you have intractable bloody cough, we want to rule out a cancer-induced pneumonia. The decision to delay or proceed with chemotherapy is too tricky to be settled in 400 words. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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