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What Causes You To Throw Up
STIMULANTS: Chocolates like coffee are stimulants that make kids hyperactive. Thats why we are not supposed to give even "pop".
Emesis w/URI: It may be that the increased mucus produced during the course of a cold is upsetting her stomach and causing her to vomit.
My 3months& 2 weeks old son throws up whatever food he eats since he was a month old. What could be cause and possible solution?
Wow, get him to doc!: If i understand you correctly, for the last 10 weeks your son's nutrition has been severely compromised, placing him at life-threatening risk at a critical time of his life? Time to get him to a physician asap, ; not delay. There are many reasons for your son's problem, but most are readily fixable after proper diagnosis. Get off the computer ; call his doctor now please.
What sort of issues would a partially fatty lesion in left cavernous sinus cause? Could it throw off my equilibrium? What do I do? Get it removed?
See specialist : The cavernous sinus is a small area in the center of your head through which some of the cranial nerves pass. A mass there may or may not cause symptoms. It's best to see a neurosurgeon or a skull base surgeon to decide whether anything needs to be done.
Generally not: Unless you have what's called a hiatal hernia, where stomach acid and food can go back up the esophagus.
Gall bladder?: Could be blockage of the bile duct, and the underlying diagnosis and resultant nutritional decline may become serious. See you doctor asap for complete evaluation.
No, however...: Making your self vomit just once should not cause any permanent damage, but the question I have is why do you want to do that even once?See 1 more doctor answer
Lots: If acutely, can be due to infection, e.G viral gastroenteritis, acute inflammation, say from alcohol. . A bigger issue if chronic or repeated. Can also be due to inflammation of stomach/duodenum from alcohol, meds e.G aspirin, nsaids, ulcers, tumors (not likely at age 18), diabetes, intestinal blockage, other. Recurrent? Other symptoms, like weight loss, definitely needs to be checked by md asap.
Acid-peptic disorder: You could be making too much acid for one reason or another. This could be irritating the lining of your stomach & causing decreased appetite and nausea or worse. You don't want to wait for pain or bleeding ulcer! start with Tums to see if antacids help. If so, you may need daily Pepcid or zantac (ranitidine). If that doesn't do the trick, go to daily Prilosec or prevacid. Look for sources of stress to avoid.
What can cause a child to throw up three to four times a week ? She has been doing this for years she is only 4.
Could be reflux: Your child may have gastroesophageal reflux or gerd for short. Gerd is easily treated with watching her diet, not letting her eat too late a dinner just before bed, and sometimes medication is used. But before you conclude this is the reason- she needs to see her doctor- they will get more info from you and decide.
My sister throws up about two times a week for almost a year now. What can this possibly be caused from? What type of doctor should she see?
Peptic ulcers: It could be many things. Among them peptic ulcer disease and gallbladder. See an internist.
Never normal.: it is never normal to throw up blood. it indicates some bleeding source in the upper digestive tract, and this needs to be investigated immediately. Often this can prevent worse bleeding. Go to the emergency room immediately if you are throwing up blood. Good luck.
Eating disorder?: You may have an eating disorder if you answer yes to two or more of the following: 1) do you force yourself to vomit because you're uncomfortably full? 2) do you worry that you've lost control over how much you eat? 3) have you lost >14 lbs in a 3 month period? 4) do you believe you're fat when others think you are too thin? 5) does thinking about food dominate your life? (from aarp magazine)
My father has had a chronic cough for over four years. What could be the cause? He often times throws up after a coughing episode.
Bile: The green is generally bile from your gall bladder (or maybe something you ate).
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