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Is it normal to not want to eat food after vomitting?

Is it normal to not want to eat  food after vomitting?

Depends : The issue is what made you vomit. If it was a GI infection you are not likely to want to eat. If this was something which made you dizzy and you vomited, you may not necessarily have your appetite suppressed. ...Read more

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Vomiting (Definition)

Nausea is the sensation of having an urge to vomit. Vomiting is forcing the contents of the stomach up through the esophagus and ...Read more


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How to control maigrane? N vomitings during the pain?

How to control maigrane? N vomitings during the pain?

Prevention and treat: There are many ways to prevent migraines, including avoiding migrane triggers, and some medications (such as propranolol). Some treatments for migraines are not oral and can be used if nausea is a large component of your migrane -- for example sumatriptan comes as a nasal spray. ...Read more

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How is vomitting related to teething in children?

How is vomitting related to teething in children?

Drooling: Infants tend to drool when teething. Excess seal ovation can cause GI imbalance. Vomiting, however, probably die to coincidental virus. ...Read more

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Sir my dog is pomeranian breed and it is not eating anything since 3days and symptoms are vomitings and diarh.2tooth also losted today ?

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 more

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Enteritis . Vomitting and can't eat . Is this common?

Enteritis . Vomitting and can't eat . Is this common?

With more: Significant bouts of gastritis or gastroenteritis, this is possible. If you are unable to keep down even fluids, like pedialytes or low caloric electrolyte repletion solutions like gatorade 2 or powerade zero, then you should seek an in-person evaluation as you may require intravenous fluids. ...Read more

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I have been vomitting all night since like 10pm its now 5am. Plus diareah. I need a cure?

I have been vomitting all night since like 10pm its now 5am. Plus diareah. I need a cure?

Urgent Vomiting : Hi if you have been throwing up for such an extended time frame combined with diarrhea you must get in to an urgent care medical center today. You may be severely dehydrated and this is an emergency. If you are not getting any better this morning please get to the nearest medical care center. ...Read more

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