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Sickness in the morning, had vomiting, diaphragm feels bruised. What is wrong?

Hi. I am female, 59 years old and for the last year, every time I eat a full meal (ie, meat veg, roast potatoes etc) I go to bed later, feel perfectly ok and then usually about 5 in themorning I wake up and am sick continuously. I have never been one to overstackmy plate and I am not a big big eater. This has occrurred approx every 2 or 3 months. I went to a friends on boxing day for dinner, the same happened early the following morning. Then I invited friends for sunday dinner (at teatime) this last week end and at 8.30 the following morning I had the same problem. Even after vomiting was food was left to digest I continued dryheaving for a good few hours on and off. Obviously my stomavch and diaphram feel quite bruised now and have only managed to eat a few tablespoons of soup etc since. I am not vomiting now but its as if I have retrain my stomach to take food. and because this is happening quite frequently now I am getting slightly worried. I dont seem to bring up bile unless I am dry heaving and this is not usually a lot.
Asked On : Mon, 21 Jan 2013
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Infectious Diseases Specialist 's  Response

I went through your concerns, and they seem to be related to any gastro-intestinal problem. So, I recommend to do first some medical exams and then, to get the right treatment.

It is good to do

- abdominal ultrasound

- urine analysis

- vaginal swab testing

- culture of feces

- examination of feces for ova/parasites.

The test results should be evaluated from your physician who can further direct to the specialist for more specialized assistance.

Hope this helps!
Answered: Sun, 20 Oct 2013
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