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Stomach gurgling, hiccups, vomit, excessive saliva, diarrhea. What is wrong?

Hi Dr, for the past year or so my stomach has been gurgling a lot, usually accompanied by hiccups. The hiccups can last for hours and my stomach and hiccups usually only settle once I have vomited. I also get excessive saliva in my mouth. I can usually tell when it is going to happen because I can feel it coming in my stomach/chest/ throat . Everything feels tense. I don t feel nauseated, nor do I get diarrhea . It s just an uncomfortable gurgling stomach, hiccups, excessive saliva, and vomiting . When I do vomit I rarely vomit anything up. It s just air (most of the time). I find I get it more often when I drink coke or alcohol. Although I have got it a few times after eating/drinking nothing at all. Is there anything that can be done? Thank you, Anthony
Asked On : Sun, 30 Dec 2012
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Hi ant 1! It seems to me like digestive upset. Stop taking french fries, coke, coffee, tea for some time. When you feel this take antiacid tab or ENO dissolving tab, it seems your liver function is disturb take vitamine and if available liv 52 ayurvedic tab. If bloating take dicyclomine tab, if feel like vomiting take domperidone tab. Take care. Get well soon. Bye.
Answered: Mon, 31 Dec 2012
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