, I use to eat noodles for breakfast, lunch and dinner as well,but after I found out noodles can lose ... much. And it is curly not much but I hate it. I have oily scrapped and start losing hair already, I ...
I vomited from toomuch alcohol 4 days ago,I noticed blood in it,I have since Been bloated and mild pain in abdomen,which is making me very uncomfortable,I have been very hungry but when I eat I have ...
of my much liked foods. I am 74 years old and feel pretty good all in all. So the question is; since most chocolate has sweetness added should I stop drinking and eatingchocolate? Larry Anderson. I can ...
my dad is 82. for the last year, everything my mom cooks taste so salty to him he can t eat it. She is using NO salt whatsoever anymore to cook with. He used to love salt and added it to cooked meals. He ...
after i eat i have SOOOO much gas i fart and burb ALLOT ! well i fart allot allot(on the regular basis) but it becomes extreme after i eat and i don t know why or how to stop it and its to the point ...
My six year old girl suffering from vomiting and loose motion
she is eatingtoomuchchocolates
pls suggest any medicine
Please take her to a pediatrician and get her treated for any suspected stomach infection. You must limit her chocolate intake.
Almost everytime i eat a few minutes later i have the strong urge to be sick i have been on pain meds for 8 years but have been off them for two months.
Is that feeling is for fatty food or for all types of food. Because such feeling associated with fatty food suggest that you may be having liver problem. Otherwise it can be gastritis. I would suggest you to show to a gastroenterology specialist. Also till you get an appointment, eat in small quantities. Avoid very rich protien or fatty diets. Avoid taking toomuch pain killer.
Why do i always feelsickaftereating?
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It is because of food poisoning and food contaminants
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