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Vomit Heart Stops
Vagal reaction: The stomach is controlled by the vagus nerve. This nerve is a parasympathetic nerve. Parasympathetic nerves release acetylcholine which can cause the heart to slow down. Severe vagal reactions can cause the wart to slow enough that you can pass out from lack of sufficient blood pressure. ...Read more
Get bad headaches when I exercise hard enough to get my heart rate up to about 180. Head hurts and feel like vomiting for 10 min after stop exercise.
Several reasons . .: Several possible reasons for your nausea and your headaches, so please go see your doctor for further evaluation. HOWEVER, the one thing that is NOT abnormal is your heart rate of 180. In fact, at the age of 23, your maximal predictable heart rate is actually above 190. It is POSSIBLE that all of your symptoms may simply be related to exercising at a heart rate too close to your max. ...Read more
Is it a standard procedure to stop oral meds for patients with severe vomiting? My mom died 4 days after being taken off her heart meds while being treated for pancreatic cancer caused vomiting.
So sorry: I am so sorry to hear about your loss. The mortality of pancreatic ca is very high and if the patient cannot tolerate oral medications then there is no other option but to stop the medications. ...Read more
Any advice on how or cope better and stop?
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If needed get professional help dealing with you problem. ...Read more
Had echo yesterday which shows fluid around my heart, I woke up last night vomitting, what can be the possible causes?
Pericarditis: A little fluid around the heart can be normal, but if it is seen it is likely abnormal. The most common cause of pericardial fluid is a viral infection, or other causes of inflammation which can be some disease like lupus, or medications. Injury to the heart can also cause fluid. The nausea may relate to the cause but also may not. Be seen if get sicker! ...Read more
I randomly get this thing where my heart skips, beats rapidly, then I feel hot all over and feel like I will vomit. Cause? Could it be heart related?
Palpitations: When your heartbeat feels unusual & rapid, we call that palpitations. The association with a hot flush & nausea makes it seem more significant, and it is certainly worth evaluating. If you have chest discomfort, shortness of breath, lightheadedness or fainting that's worrisome. Start by seeing an internal medicine or cardiology doctor; depending on what else turns up, some tests are in order. ...Read more
My daughter is 25 she is feeling weak and she feels her heart is weak she feels like vomiting she doesn't want eat could cold cause the feeling of hea?
Sorry but this is: Not specific enough to adequately answer...Please have her see her physician. ...Read more
Zofran (ondansetron): Both are similar.Get a more detailed answer ›
I have diabetes and heart problems for 5 days now I have had bad diareah and now i'm vomiting should I be concerned?
I am getting a hot flash and then vomiting.i am only 17 and this is the second time it has happened in a month. The first time I lost consciousness and my heart rate went up to 165. This time felt exactly the same as the first but I was already laying dow
Your heart responds: Your heart will respond to stress of any type by beating faster. If you're unwell with nausea, your heart will perceive that you under physiologic stress and respond by increasing cardiac output by quickening its rate. It's a normal mechanism, not part of the problem. ...Read more
Too young to be sick:
People at the age of 23 rarely have any serious illness. This should be reassuring. But young people are more prone to anxiety and stress which can produce all types of symptoms like shortness of breath because anxiety leads to hyperventilation which causes symptoms like dizziness and nausea.
I would advice you to practice relaxation and breathing exercises(yogic breathing),take slow deep breaths ...Read more
My 6 year old daughter has been vomiting all day and is complaining her heart hurts hr is elevated should I take her to the er?
Heart rate has been shooting up when i sour still but i am in an exorbinant amount of pain the highest is 191 nausea vomiting dry heaving?
Exam needed: A heart rate of 191 is dangerous and is not simply a rapid rate seen secondary to other illnesses. Such rapid heart rates don't usually exceed 120. Your very rapid tachycardia along with your other symptoms require an urgent evaluation in the hospital emergency room where an ekg and other tests are readily available. ...Read more
Chest pain: Noncardiac chest pains are common.Get a more detailed answer ›
See your doctor: Symptoms like these are best deterimed by a thorough evaluation by your physician. Based on his/her findings, a treatment plan can be developed to help you. ...Read more
When i eat just a little bit i get so full but i'm still hungry so i eat then i feel like i'm going to vomit and then i get heart burn?
See your PCP ASAP: Please call your pcp as soon as possible & follow his/ her recommendations. It seems that the food you are eating is moving very slowly through your esophagus, stomach and intestine. That may be the reason that you are feeling full early and feel like vomiting. Since the food is backing up, it may be causing reflux, leading to heartburn.Thanks. ...Read more
I want to lose weight but am afraid to exercise. I fear a I am going to vomit, faint or cause myself a heart attack? Any recommendations?
I have been experiencing acidity (heart burn) quite often and am only 20 years old. Sometimes I either vomit it out or I get a diarrhoea.. ?
Chest pain and vomiting? Always have a high heart rate over 100bpm but in pain and have sickness, had many ECGs because of HR but always ok?
Dehydration: You are tachycardic (heart rate>100 bpm), very possibly because you are dehydrated especially if you are vomiting. You need to get to the cause of your vomiting. At 20 years of age, garden variety coronary artery disease as the cause of Chest pain is highly unlikely. The chest pain is probably stress related, as is possibly the vomiting. YOu need to see a MD to get your "acute stress" controled ...Read more
I have psvt. For the last 3 months, i've been having unusual trouble w/my period: fainting, vomiting, fevers, lower heart rg. Cd they be linked?
Symptoms: Your symptoms should certainly be worked up by your medical team. Psvt could be related to the symptoms you report or part of them. ...Read more
Woke up very nauseated with hard, fast pounding heart rate. Is this normal to have heart beat like this before vomiting? I have bad anxitey, worry?
I have had really bad nervousness lately when it occurs i feel popping in my head, rapid heart beats, nausea to the point of vomiting. What is this?
27 y/o female. Having chest discomfort, vomiting and a heart rate of 130 on and off the last few days. Normal echo a year ago. Normal CBC last week.
DISCOMFORT/VOMIT: If persistent see a physician.Get a more detailed answer ›
Have you ever heard of these symptoms during labor: vomiting, dizziness, increased heart rate, fast paced breathing?
Yea: Typically, we call it being in active labor. If you are a man, think about this: the equivalent for you would be passing a bowling ball out of your anus. Just the thought makes me nauseous. But there's other potential causes for those symptoms, dangerous ones for both mom and baby. ...Read more
Does a hole in your heart cause vomiting blood? My boyfriend has 2 holes in his heart and a heart murmur would this make him throw up blood?
At night i sometimes wake up with extreme nausea and vomiting, rapid heart beat and fainting. It is very scary husband thinks its too much caffeine ?
Medical evaluation: It sounds very odd to wake up fainting. However, the collection of your symptoms warrants a medical investigation. Panic attacks can occur at night, and could be exacerbated with high caffeine intake. I suggest stopping your caffeine to see whether that eliminates or decreases the problem, and also seeing your physician for an evaluation. Some heart arrhythmias can wake you up at night too. ...Read more