Nausea and vomitting
For the second consecutive time, I ve worked outside in the yard all day and felt fine. Both times--after being inside for about 10-15 minutes, i ve gotten nasueaus and thrown up. The last time, i was sick for 24 hours and threw up twice. Today, i m very naseaus and have thrown up once. do you...
Remedy for vomiting, no appetite, fatigue, and weight loss?
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Excessive vomiting. On fluids. Reason?
Hi good morning .. I m 33 I ve been throwing up 5 times a week for bout 3 months now morning. I m not pregnant. Its looks like a lot of spit or if I eat around 10:30pm I m throwing up that food also the next morning. If I wake up and drink anything water, juice it comes up. Do you have any idea...
Pregnant vomiting blood. Cure for vomiting? Taking vitamins
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What do you suggest for vomitting and giddiness?
Hi, My mother was given these medicines yesterday when she fell ill - vomiting and giddiness. Could you please tell me what could be wrong with her. She is 76 years. The medicines are :- Acuvert 5 mg Pandocid d Rozat n Monte –mac fx Glimfirst 2 Cetapin 500mg Clofirst 75 Thank you so much for your...
Hi, I've been experiencing from what i would describe as dizzy spells for quite some time now (as in a few years) they come and go and are quite random however 9 times out of 10 they will occur within a minite or so of sit-standing, from what i can recall they tend to occur more in the afternoon than in the morning and i dont necessarily get them everyday. I might get a couple in a day then not have any for a while... So it makes it hard for me to put my
Finger on what actually causes it. Basically when i experience these "dizzy spells" i get the sudden feeling of warm blood rushing kind if like a heat flush but i dont sweat. Everything goes brown - i lose my vision for roughly 5-10 seconds then it the brown slowly fades and i regain full vision. I feel like im going to lose my leg in and i often have to grab onto something close by. Whether that means i fall against a wall, or i press up against something, or i just stand completely still and try not to collapse. A couple of times i have been close by to the couch or bed and ive allowed myself to just collapse into it and i havent felt a thing, it could of been the floor and i wouldnt have known. Ive never actually lost consiousness. A couple of times ive been in mid conversation and tried to keep my composure and to my knowledge i have but i dont know if my eyes deviated or anything... I must admit i dont drink as much water as i should on a daily basis and i do have 1 or 2 cans of diet coke a day. I eat relativley well (im a recoverying bulimic) and i dont exersise all that much anymore (i used to do a lot of sport and fittness) but for the past 6 years its slowly decreased. I'm a 21yo female and am roughly 162 cms tall and weigh 62-65 kgs (at the moment im 63 but my weight can fluctuate between 2-4kgs a day this is not uncommon to me and has been something that i can always remeber to be the case) I take a stimulant for concentration (PRN i take it when i need it) usually 15mg of dexamphetamine once daily 3 times a week (for uni) but there are more days i dont take than i do and ive been on this for about 7 years and i dont really think its related. For the last 1.5 years ive had to start wearing glasses - not so much for close up thing but things are generally blurry in the distance. Also as a kid i constantly had ear infections (swimmers ear) due to always being in the pool and had my ears suctioned out a few times, i havent had an ear problem in years and years though. I as a young adolescent always had a BP on the lower side (90's on 40 sorta thing) but in recent years its usually 110/120 on 80ish and my HR is usually in the 100's (probably due to the stimulant) but even of i havent taken it for days/weeks etc my HR is usually >90. Also lately - last 2/3 weeks my legs and feet feel like they might have a DVT in the sense that i cant keep them still for too long even if im sitting, driving or lying flat due to a warm discomfrot feeling as if the circulation isnt great. I dont get pins and needles if they are flat and not crossed but as soon as i cross my legs within a few minutes i have pins and needles. Just then (after dinner) i did a portural BP woth an electronic cuff and sitting the BP was 114/67 and HR 111 then standing 98/63 HR 125 i struggle in the heat (hot days/ hot showers and baths, i get really weak, light headed, lethargic and floppy- sometimes unable to support my own weight) im not really sure what other relevant info i can give but more than happy to answer questions to give you a better picture.
Do you have an associated nausea, vomiting, ringing ear, hearing difficulty associated with this? Perhaps the dizziness is related to benign vertigo (which is not concerning).
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My stomach hurts and I frequently vomit, what do I do?
Take cold liquids and domperidone tablets. if you have gastritis, i may suggest antacids also. hope this helped.
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