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Morning sickness in a 21 year old female

I am a 21 year old female who is over weight. For the past two months at least i have been waking up in the morning, it use to be between 5:30 am and 7:30 am but now im up as early as 4am. sometimes earlier. It doesn t matter what time I go to bed. Whether it is 8pm or after midnight, I am up around these times. I wake up feeling very nauseous and begin vomiting. Now I dont always throw up but I think it happens more often than not. I have tried changing my diet and I even stopped eating after 8pm. However, I still get sick. When I was younger I had acid reflux and before I went to school in the mornings a few times a week I d get really sick. This however is completely different feeling. I feel this way every morning plus the sleeping thing. Depending on when I last ate and what time i do wake up, there may or may not be food in my stomach. If there is and I am vomiting, then i throw up until there is nothing left and begin to dry heave. its to the point where i sometimes will be throwing up so violently i start to choke bc i cant stop to take a breath . other days when nothing is in my stomach i gag and throw up spit and stomach acid. Now I m not sure if its something I ate the night before but somtimes when the vomit clears out or is a light color depending on the food, I see brown patches. Could that be blood or just something I ate or drink. I started a food diary, i logged everything I ate and did i even began eating 6 tiny meals a day and watched my calorie intake. I also tried to increase my protein intake in the mornings and/or at night to help boost my metabolism . I feel sick all morning till about 8 am. or if on a very rare occasion if i wake up after 8 am i really dont feel sick. since i feel better after 8 I go from extremely sick to beyond starving. its the same every morning whether i throw up or not. Upset stomach , sometimes diarrhea , nausea till 8ish then starving after. I ll drink a protein shake if i dont think my stomach can handle foods, then i go about my day, go to bed around 9:30pm most nights, and wake up and do it all over again.
Asked On : Wed, 9 Mar 2011
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Hi! greetings from Health care magic
It is purely hyperacidity symptoms. In the early morning you are waking up because of acid reflux, and naseatic tendency and vomiting all are only due toi the acidic condition. Please check your daily foods habit and if any medication you are taking do take care. Some little change in diet and some change in life style will caure this thing what i observe. avoid all junk and fast food, avoid fried food, take very light dinner if possible take only fruits and salads at diner. after dinner give minimum 2 hour gap to go to bed. Before going bed take one glass of water. In brakefast and lunch avoid all spices oily and fried foods. If you are passing any extra mental stress then try to make yourself relax by diverting your mind to any thing that you like. Drink sufficient water minimum 2to 3 liters in a day. cut down all fats, choclates and shift your foods paradigm to fruits and vegetables more. If you are following this i think you will get good benefit
Including that I am giving the nam,e of one homeopathy medicine that will cure this within a couple of days- Nux vom - 1M (Liquid - Dr.Reckweg)-2 to 3 drops 10minutes after lunch and 10 minutes after dinner for 5 days. wish you a rapid cure . Thank you
Answered: Wed, 9 Mar 2011
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