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Coughing after having meals, relaxed after vomiting, allergic to dust, fumes. How to stop this?

I am 47 years old working lady. My health is OK. whenever I take my meal, after 15-20 mintues I started coughing and within 4-5 mintues I vomit and after that I feel relaxed and my cough is over. I am alergic to dust, fumes, cooking smells like making of vegetables or fry something. Please advice. I am not fat and my weight is 61 Kg.
Tue, 4 Dec 2012
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Hello and welcome
Nothing to worry about. You will get rid from your problem by certain precautions:
1. avoid the allergens you have written in the query as much as you can.
2. Chew the food properly in your mouth and eat slowly.
3. Take your meals at proper time, avoid irregular eating.
4. Do not eat full stomach. You can take diet in multiple doses.
5. Do not lie down just after the meal.

Can take some antacids and PPI inhibitors to reduce epigastric discomfort if you have. Hope this will help you.
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