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Why do I pass motion, have hot/cold sweats and vomit all together once every 4 -6 months ?

I m male, 55 yrs, 6 1 tall, 225 lbs, I had stomach pain and felt like something of marble trap throught intestinal tube that make me sit on toilet seat and the time make me sweat (heat/later cold) all over and sometime vomits... and it was last about 1/2 hour to get pooping (gray/green color) 3 times and everything back to happen every 4 or 6 medicine involve...maybe it seem part of cycle waste that need to be flush every once awhile.
Asked On : Sat, 16 Apr 2011
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Hi Mark,

Welcome to HCM.
As you said it may be body's mechanism of cleansing itself.
But it will be a good idea to visit a Doctor, and get a thorough examination done, along with blood, urine, ultrasound examination as well as stool examination, to satisfy ourselves that every thing is Okay.
If indicated, colonoscopy may also be necessary to be perfectly sure.
Answered: Tue, 21 Jun 2011
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