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Taking Domperidone for episodic vomiting. Have hypertension

Hi I this is my complaint Firstly episodic vomitting n I don t know what cause it...I rely on domperidone for it. (3 months) aggravate by stress I got hypertension too.... sometime I felt pain in my right hypochondrium (2 years) it come and goes Lately I found that my tonsil is large as in larger than my friends tonsil plus I can see my own epiglottis without need to use tongue depresser
Asked On : Wed, 13 Mar 2013
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you have the history of hypertension and vomiting, there for first control the hypertension strictly .You found that your tonsil is large as in larger than your friends tonsil plus you can see your own epiglottis without need to use tongue depressor. if there is no pain or congestion in your tonsil or uvula then there is no requirement to so much worry because these may be normal for you, For better diagnosis you may consult the ENT specialist. Thanks
Answered: Tue, 9 Jul 2013
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