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Why could I have chest pain after vomiting?

Why could I have chest pain after vomiting?

Vomiting: Vomiting brings up acid from the stomach, this can irritate the esophagus--- which can cause esophagitis resulting in chest pain. ...Read more

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Dr. Gutti Rao
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Chest Pain (Definition)

Many people with chest pain fear a heart attack. However, there are many possible causes of chest pain. Some causes are not dangerous to your health, while other causes are ...Read more


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Why do you have chest pain after vomiting?

Probably because...: ... your esophagus was just bathed along its entire length with stomach contents, including acid! ...Read more

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Ihave soreness and chest pain after vomiting froma stomach virus?

See below: These are common symptoms that you describe. They should abate within 72 hours. If the persist, see your family doctor. ...Read more

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Why am I vomiting blood and chest pain?

Why am I vomiting blood and chest pain?

Hematemesis : get to the ER those symptoms are serious and need evaluation ...Read more

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Severe headache vomiting and chest pain?

Severe headache vomiting and chest pain?

Headache: Call 911 or have someone take you to emergency room. Severe headaches with vomiting may indicate serious brain conditions like hemorrhage or infections. Chest pain could indicate angina or heart attack. Immediate medical evaluation recommended. Do not assume this is a migraine or chest pain due to reflux and vomiting. Let a physician confirm the diagnosis and establish adequate treatment. ...Read more

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I was vomiting for two days, then ate and got severe chest pain... I'm a relatively healthy 14 year old girl.. What should I do?

I was vomiting for two days, then ate and got severe chest pain... I'm a relatively healthy 14 year old girl.. What should I do?

Watch diet: Over this weekend try a bland diet, avoiding acidic drinks, caffeine, carbonated beverages& spicy foods.Don't eat or drink within 1 hr of laying down . Get some Tums (calcium carbonate) or prlosec otc and see if it helps. You likely traumatized the lower end of your swallowing tube & have some acid reflux. If this hasn't helped within 3 days have it checked out. ...Read more

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Severe heartburn, chest pain, vomiting any food or drink for 12hrs.?

Severe heartburn, chest pain, vomiting any food or drink for 12hrs.?

Serious : These symptoms sound very serious when taken together. You need to be evaluated by a physician right away. ...Read more

Dr. Oscar Novick
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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