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Several vomiting episodes after drinking alcohol, nausea. Symptoms of a hangover?

I drank a lot on new years eve I threw up around 3am maybe later and I threw up the rest of the day until about 5 or 6pm yesterday I felt nauseus but drank water and ate breakfast lunch and dinner lastnight I went to bed still feeling nauseus I woke up this mr IMF feeling better but not entirely back to normal. Could I be suffering from a few day hangover?
Asked On : Mon, 7 Jan 2013
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Dec 2015
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We understand your concerns

From the available description you gave,it is clear that the vomiting and nauseous feelings are by products of excessive liquor consumption. Body has an automatic mechanism with which it expels foreign or dangerous bodies or chemicals other materials. Your body also did it effectively.

Repeated vomiting means that the body is yet to remove whole and it will succeed soon. If any food poisoning is involved, there must be cramps, diarrhea, etc.

May be just another day. that is all. Body will take care of itself. But stop drinking for your body, your family and your society as a whole.
Answered: Sat, 8 Jun 2013
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