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Vomiting, low BP, nauseated, fatigue. Had tylenol, ibuprofen. What is wrong?

I am worried that something is going on with my body; approximately 60 hrs ago I profusely vomited (over 20 times in a 5 hr period). I went to sleep, when I woke up, nausea was gone. However, I had extreme fatigue . Yesterday I started feeling better. However, last night, I started feeling kind of weird, and now my BP is 95/50, HR 89. My normal BP is 120/80. All I took that day was Tylenol & Ibuprofen (I am trying to ween off of Norco) and I had some eggplant which at the time I thought caused food poisoning . But now I;m not sure.
Asked On : Wed, 20 Mar 2013
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Hi friend,
Welcome to Health Care Magic

It could be de-hydration - due to loss of fluids by vomiting.
Drink plenty of fluids - Oral Rehydration Solution.
If not improved, you must go to ER - you will need IV fluids and investigations

Take care
Wishing speedy recovery
God bless
Good luck
Answered: Sat, 23 Mar 2013
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