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Vomiting episodes after eating or drinking anything, shortness of breath. Causes for symptoms?

I ve been throwing up for about 2 weeks anytime i try to eat something. At first i presumed it was a stomach flu , but now even when i drink a glass of water, just a few minutes later I throw it up. It got better for a span of 5 days, where I could actually eat and digest. Howevere, it has started again. Only this time , everytime I throwup, i am unable to take well needed breaths afterwords. I am only capable of table short choppy breaths, as well as breathing through my nostrils. WHATS WRONG.
Asked On : Thu, 3 Jan 2013
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hello toniluvspeace ,this is gastrointestinal infection take antibiotic ofloxacin plus ornidazole combination and you can use ondansetron 4 mg mouth dissolving tablet for vomiting intially, antibiotics should continue for 5-7 days with light food and luke warm water, for loosemotion you can use loperamide 4 mg stat.
Answered: Thu, 3 Jan 2013
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