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Throwing up constantly, dehydrated, cannot pee or poop. What could be happening?

I have been throwing up constantly since last night. Came on very sudden. I cannot pee or poop and it feels like everything is working its way back up into my stomach . I feel pretty dehydrated and when i drink water it just feels like i m overflowing my stomach and need to throw up again. my lower back is all tense now from all of the throwing up. any ideas? i finally peed a little this morning. It took about an hour of trying and burned and was yellow.
Asked On : Sun, 28 Apr 2013
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Thank you for the query.

As you have major problem with peeing it might indicate acute renal failure due to dehydration. This is an urgent condition and you should visit your doctor (or ER) as soon as possible.
The reasons of throwing up after every food can be few. You may have simple intestines infection, peptic ulcer, gallstones. However also bowels obstruction (due to abdominal adhesions, colon cancer) or duodenum stenosis (due to severe peptic ulcers or even pancreas cancer) are possible.
You need to visit your doctor as soon as possible and have some tests performed. Abdominal X-ray, abdominal ultrasound, blood work, liver tests, kidney tests, urine analysis, bilirubin, ions level should be done at first.

Hope this will help.
Answered: Sun, 28 Apr 2013
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