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Vomiting with no other symptoms. No nausea, no heart burn, no upset stomach. They have done ALOT of testing. But nothing is "wrong".

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Dr. Bernard Seif
Clinical Psychology
2 doctors agree

In brief: Vomiting

w/out a medical cause MAY indicate a form of panic or anxiety disorder.
Please see a mental health pro who specializes in panic disorder and learn techniques to manage it. Please stay in touch w/your doc and avoid dehydration. Peace and good health.

In brief: Vomiting

w/out a medical cause MAY indicate a form of panic or anxiety disorder.
Please see a mental health pro who specializes in panic disorder and learn techniques to manage it. Please stay in touch w/your doc and avoid dehydration. Peace and good health.
Dr. Bernard Seif
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Dr. Saptarshi Bandyopadhyay
Internal Medicine - Hospital-based practice

In brief: Many causes.

The CTZ (chemoreceptor trigger zone) is the brain's MOST SENSITIVE part.
The CTZ causes nausea & vomiting. There are MANY things that could stimulate it- smoking, drugs, pregnancy hormones, perfume smells, diseases, &c. While doctors may not have been smart enough to figure what it is, something IS "wrong" (or else you wouldn't be vomiting). TTYD & keep trying to find it; whatever works is a clue.

In brief: Many causes.

The CTZ (chemoreceptor trigger zone) is the brain's MOST SENSITIVE part.
The CTZ causes nausea & vomiting. There are MANY things that could stimulate it- smoking, drugs, pregnancy hormones, perfume smells, diseases, &c. While doctors may not have been smart enough to figure what it is, something IS "wrong" (or else you wouldn't be vomiting). TTYD & keep trying to find it; whatever works is a clue.
Dr. Saptarshi Bandyopadhyay
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