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Eaten light breakfast, feeling hot and breathless, seeing white. Dehydration?

ok so i was in school early this morning around 7 am and had a very light breakfast and no water, I became very hot and felt as though i couldn t breathe i went to sit down and all i saw what white. I felt as though i was punched in the stomach and then i ran to the garbage and threw up. At first i thought it was dehydration but im not sure if i m correct? help~!
Asked On : Tue, 2 Oct 2012
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response

Welcome to Health Care Magic,

It is most likely that you had acute Gastritis may be because of indigestion or hyperacidity,if the episode was transient and just before vomiting all that you felt was a autonomic reaction,because of reverse peristalsis, hope you felt better after vomiting.

Yes vomiting can cause some important electrolytes loss and mild dehydration,so take antacid and replenish fluid and Electrolytes loss with ORS with water and coonut water ,buttermilk.

If vomiting persist and associated with any fever,loose motions ,kindly consult a local Physician to examine you and deal with condition accordingly.

Please write back if you any query.

Good Luck to you
Answered: Tue, 2 Oct 2012
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