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Inflated stomach, vomiting after eating with occasionally some foam, burps similar to heartburn. Have healthy life style. Are these signs of a serious medical condition?

I am 5 3 and have been weighing around 99 pounds. I eat 5 small meals a day egg whites, grilled chicken, broccoli slaw as a salad, some chocolate. (a small handful of semi sweet choc chips) a couple bites of fruit, a lot of light cool whip. For lunch I have a pure protein shake. Organic peanut butter is on if my afternoon snacks. I also snack on almonds and pork skins. I m the last 2-3 months I have notice my lower abdomin bulging like I have a pregnancy pooch. I do P90x and run at least 6 days a week. After I am done eating I may throw up some of what I have eaten. Sometimes it s just foam. I am burping like heartburn???? My abs have been very flat for the past 3 years. Are these signs of a serious medical condition or just experiencing weight gain?
Asked On : Sat, 14 Jul 2012
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Welcome to HCM forum

Get your thyroid profile done as hypothyroidism can cause weight gain

Get an ultrasound done to see gall stones

Take antacid like rabeperazole or pentoperazole under doctor's guidance

If reflux doesn't subside you might need an endoscopy to see any ulcer

Increase your activity by brisk morning walk

Best wishes

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