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Is it normal to not want to eat food after vomitting?
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Dr. Martin Raff
Internal Medicine - Infectious Disease
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In brief: 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.

In brief: 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.
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