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Consistent BMS, loss of appetite, throwing up, soft stools. Should i go to a doctor?

Ok, Two weeks ago I could hold nothing in my system with consistent BMs- only everything that came out was a liquid. I had a complete loss of appetite and anytime I ate I would feel like throwing up. The one time I threw up during that, it came out a dark purple- i had not eaten anything purple that entire day. I started forcing myself to eat and then gave blood- that seemed to make me stop having pure liquid BMs. I started drinking fluids again and kept forcing myself to eat. However, now I still have soft stools but they are a dark grey color and the last time I vomited it was a light pink color. Should I go to a doctor?
Asked On : Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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Hi Dear
Welcome to the platform of Health care Magic,
It appears to me that you are suffering with Acute Gastroenteritis. In my opinion
you should be started some anti emetics. oral hydration solution and at least some antibiotic to overcome the GIT infection. And if you are not able to tolerate oral medicines then you have to see Emergency Room.
Hope you should better with this advice .
Answered: Wed, 3 Jul 2013
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