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Moderate sore throat, gagging, bile vomiting. Should I be worried?

Yesterday, I developed a moderate sore throat , which, of course, didn t help with my sleep last night. I woke up today, this morning, and though my sore throat is almost entirely gone (it s just scratchy now), I ve been gagging quite a bit today--even throwing up (I guess) a few times; not food, just what appears to me mucus , bile , and spit. Should I be worried? (My mother has something similar to me, in fact, I think she was the one who gave me the issue, but she isn t having the gagging issues--instead, her heads stuffed up). Thanks
Asked On : Sat, 15 Dec 2012
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hyper acidity
when there are stomach infections the acid in stmach comes in throat causing itchingin throat
undigested food com with acid in mouth causing symtomps
use metronidazole 200 mg bd for 5 days
alongwith antacids lot of warm water with anti allergic an antiseptic mouth wash for gargles
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