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Stomach pain with vomiting. Flu symptoms? Diagnosed with colon cancer in the past.

Elderly mum vomited 4 times - vomit brownish oil our , no fecal odour. No stomach pain ( she has been diagnosed with colon cancer earlier in year- weak heart means surgery wasn t an option) she insists she doesn t want to call an ambulance and thinks its flu ( she had mild flu symptoms past 2 days) I don t want to call ambulance yet because it will stress her out - she insist she doesn t want one now and wants to wait till morning. She has also passed stools and Wind.
Asked On : Fri, 23 Nov 2012
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The situation looks as if the patient is having bowel obstruction due to inoperated Colon cancer and this is causing recurrent episodes of vomiting since she has passed stools and wind it looks like it could be subacute intestinal obstruction the other possibility is that she is having liver metastsis

Answered: Mon, 15 Jul 2013
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