Vomiting after eating or drinking?

Vomitting. Vomiting after meals maybe sign of reflux, peptic ulcer disease, or gastroparesis or blockage. Reflux usually associated with heartburn, sore throat, cough and horseness. Peptic ulcer disease associated with abd pain. Gastroparesis is poor stomach squeezing and manifested by vomiting undigested food hours after ingestion. Blockage can be benign or malignant. Best single test is upper endoscopy.

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I used to vomit after eating or drinking with a milk or even with soda, hard to burp after drinking cause me to vomit?

GERD. Milk slows down gastric emptying which can cause acid reflux and in severe cases vomiting. Soda can also cause acid reflux by relaxing the lower esophageal sphincter. When the sphincter relaxes, acid and food can come back up. Read more...

How come I feel like vomiting after eating/drinking?

See below. Symptoms and concerns like these mandate a thorough evaluation by your doctor. There are tests that can be performed to find out why you're vomitting. Read more...

Low appetite. Eating1 time or max 2 times per 24 hours. Have vomiting feeling after drinking/eating.

Many causes. There are many causes of the symptoms that you are experiencing. As a result, if the symptoms persist, I would reccomend that you make an appointment with your primary care Physician. Read more...

On and off pelvic pain and left abdominal pain. Usually occurs after I vomit, but occurs at other times as well. Vomit after eating/drinking.

Why vomitting? The more important question is why are you vomiting so often? That is not normal. You should be evaluated for this. Vomiting certainly can cause abdominal pain. Read more...
Doctor can evaluate. People don't normally vomit, so something's going on. A doctor will can evaluate, because lots of things cause vomiting. Possible causes include: something bothering the stomach like an infection or food poisoning, something blocking the flow through the stomach like severe constipation or a tumor, chemical imbalances such as in liver disease or kidney disease, some medications, being pregnant ... Read more...