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Light headed with vomiting, sore mouth. Are these two related?

Two days after Thanksgiving I noticed that the inside of my mouth was sore, and didn t think anything about it until my mom said that hers does the same when she eats walnuts. Part II of my story is that two days after that (this past Sunday night and Monday I felt like I was going to vomit , and later did on Monday morning. Was pretty light headed and had problems coming out the other end. Are these two related? My mouth is still sore, but nothing to be seen...
Asked On : Sun, 2 Dec 2012
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I do not think these two conditions are related. The nausea and vomiting is likely to be gastroenteritis. Drink plenty of water and rest if possible.
Your sore mouth may be due to an oral fungal infection and I would suggest you see your doctor for and anti-fungal treatment.
Dr K A pottinger,
Answered: Thu, 22 Aug 2013
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