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Nausea and stomach pain after eating. Had vomiting. What is the cause?

I have not been able to digest any food the last day or so. As I eat the food I feel fine but a few hours later I start to experience nausea and pains. I ate food last night at around 11-12 and I vomitted at around noon today and the food was still completely whole and appeared undigested. What causes this in your best medical opinion?
Asked On : Fri, 11 Jan 2013
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hi there, you seem to have developed gastritis due to the delayed time of eating, you may have consumed alcoholic beverage before that which aggravates the condition further. Now for immediate relief you can take an antacid and an antiemetic. You should try taking light food low in fat and and spices for a few days. Take your meals on time not giving more than 4-5 hrs between meals. Go low on alcohol and smoking if you do smoke and you should be as good as new in a few days. Take care.
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