Causes of throwing up stomach acid

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Never lay him on his back when he is feeding or right after you are finished with feeding because the acid from the stomach goes into the esophagus and causes pain, plus vomiting. Wait about ½ hour after feeding before laying him down. Raise the head of his crib to a 45-degree angle too so he is not flat on his back. Hoped this helped you.
My cousin is throwing up blood for a month now and the doctor said she has a virus that causes ulcers. What else could this be? she had some blood work including pt/ptt but no results are back yet..
I have a fear of throwing up too. (well sorta). Last year I threw up for the first time in my 28 years of life lol. I realized it wasn't so bad to throw up. Feeling sick still makes me nervous though.
It's extremely hard for me to go out to dinner at restaurants from the fear of throwing up. I don't go to clubs or bars because i am terrified of the thought of throwing up. This has taken over my life. It's the most terrible feeling. I honestly would rather have a booger up my nose and have someone tell me then to have to deal with this. It's nice to know there are others out there besides me. I've tried Lexapro...doean't work...
I throw up every now and then but i believe what i am throwing up is acid because it burns my throat. I am just curious of what i have because it is effecting me tremdously and i would just like to know what it is.
Here are my symptoms and I need help please please please! Every morning I : * wake up with a knot in my throat * feel like a have saliva/light mucus (bile?
My sister had piloric stenosis (sp might be wrong) as a baby horribly until she was over a year, and my son had it horribly until he was about nine months old. It causes a horrible amount of projectile vomiting and regular vomiting. It may be that that your baby has. My son's pediatrician told me that they basically have to grow out of it, which he seems to have.
Blocked intestine, gallbladder diseases, heart attack, brain injury, gluten intolerance, gastroparesis (delayed gastric emptying due to partial paralysis of the stomach), brain tumor, stomach flu, ulcers, meningitis, appendicitis, migraine headaches, dehydration are some of the causes of vomiting. Food Content: Certain ingredients or certain foods which do not suit your body, are not accepted by the digestive system.
Sometimes small dogs vomit in the morning due to bilious vomiting syndrome, a disorder of stomach hyperacidity. Feeding a small meal before bedtime can sometimes help, as can oral medications to reduce stomach acid production, such as Pepcid. You can call your veterinarian to obtain the appropriate dose of Pepcid for your dog's size, and purchase it over the counter.
During pregnancy it's generally caused by slower digestion, and baby pushing your organs up which causes the stomach acid to rise into your throat. Eating too soon before bed (you shouldn't eat 4 hours before bed), spicy foods, exercising too soon after eating or lying down can all cause it as well. Eat small snacks frequently to keep the acid from building too much, and maintain a good diet.
I wanted to let you know that I am experiencing the same thing today EXCEPT there is no throwing up - just severe diarrhea and stomach/abdominal cramps (along with those nasty sulfur burps). What I have may possibly be giardiasis, a single cell parasite that lives in feces. Contaminated drinking water is the major cause of this. What I wanted to say was, 23 years ago I lived in Arizona and had the same problem.
I have the same problem, I have a small hiatal hernia which causes me really bad acid reflux, and I puke up acid quite often. I've figured out how to control "the expelling" of the acid so that it isn't as much of a painfully terrible experience. One thing I just started trying which seems to work pretty decently is drinking a lot of water to dilute the acid.
—Indigestion, I believe, is responsible for more cases of functional heart-disease than all other causes combined. The distention of the stomach by gas, presses against the sensitive nerves of the heart, which gives rise, not only to palpitation, but irregular heart action as well.<<<<< Nervous Lesions.—Emotional excitement, especially the distressing emotions, such as fear, grief, and despondency, are causes; It also occurs in neurasthenia.
My 7 year old Lab is undergoing Twisted Intestine surgery right now and is having part of his bowel removed along with his small intestines. My question is "what causes this"? I feed him only the best dog food. Purina One which they changed recently and I keep saying he started getting sick after he started eating it. Please help me to understand.
With GERD, this muscle does not work properly, and causes food and stomach acid to leak back up the esophagus. It could also be Gastroenteritis as Tuck has suggested. There are also about 2000 other reasons why you are vomiting stomach acid. Please have it checked out. Make that appt. with your Doctor. Better safe than sorry. Please take care and good luck.
I just wanted to comment and I am not a doctor just a Mom. My son suffered a TBI and one of first questions when he woke up was did he feel like he could smell foods etc. These senses (smell and taste) in his case seemed to be heighten - he said he could smell things that we couldn't or when he tasted something it was very salty to him.
I JUST STARTED BACK ON A LOW DOSE OF TOPAMAX MIXED WITH MY LAMICTAL AGAIN BECAUSE OF SIGNS OF AURAS (PART OF EPILEPSY) SHOWING UP, RELATED TO ME GOING THROUGH MENOPAUSE AND I CAN'T TAKE HORMONES. IN JUST OVER 3 DAYS A VERY MINOR DOSE, 25 MG/2 DAY, STOPPED THAT. IS THAT WORTH THE CHANCE OF SIDE EFFECTS FOR ME. YES, IT IS. THIS MED DOESN'T HIT ME AS HARD AS SOME OF THE OTHER ONES I TRIED, NOR DOES IT AFFECT ME LIKE IT DOES SOME OF THESE OTHER LADIES EITHER. GOOD LUCK!
We conclude that large doses of lipoic acid displace sulfhydryls from binding sites, resulting in depletion of serum cysteine, but also pose a methylation burden with severe depletion of liver S-adenosylmethionine and massive release of S-adenosylhomocysteine.
Since I have been through all of this I have found out, my allergies flare up my acic reflux causing my severe coughing throwing acid into my lungs which causes the bronchitis. I take allergy medication daily and still have the ear/sinus problems and "have nothing wrong with me". I often wonder if the acid reflex is causing some of my problems. I have spent literally thousands of dollars trying to figure out why I am having so many issues and they have never found a cause.
Most people think that my heart and stomach symptoms could be linked but my doctor today said that my acid shouldnt be causing problems with my heart. She thinks my heart is fine but I still need to check in with the Cardio specalist because they did a chest ultrasound a few months ago and I never heard back. It just don't make much sense to me. I'm still young I don't get why I cant just feel normal.
My daughter at about 8 months started retching and sometimes throwing up when she was "full" although she does not eat very well. If she would see food or her bottle and she was full she would gag and sometimes throw up. Her Dr. put her on Prevacid a couple of months ago and we uped her dose 2 weeks ago to 15 mg. twice a day. It hasnt been helping! She is barely eating now. Is this an aversion to food; a behavioral thing or a stomach issue? She has a consult with the GI Drs.
My 14 year old daughter is experiencing a lot of stomach pain and is missing a lot of school because of it. We have been to the Dr. several times and they don't seem to know what is wrong. The pains come from know where at times and are stronger after she eats any type of foods. can someone give me any suggestions? A few years ago I was diagnosed with Crohnes Disease is it possible that she could develop it? Thank You for any suggestions or answers.
No help? Septemeber of last year she started throwing up after meals and having severe stomach distention. In Feb. of this year, severe upper stomach pain. right between the breast bone. She is having to take narcotic pain killers just to ease the pain (it never takes it away). We have had all the blood work and normal test. CT scan, Hida, capsule endoscopy, MRI, gastrogram. Nothing is showing up. We have been at a research hospital since March.
I am constantly getting some kind of reflux coming up from my stomach (not sure if it is all acid) all the time, when I eat, when I don't eat, and even when my stomach is empty. It comes all the way up to my throat and causes a burning in my ears and nose. It doesn't always cause heartburn, but sometimes I feel heartburn.
Did your Dr explain? I am wondering what causes our acid reflux. I know one of my triggers is any amount of alcohol. The next day I can't bend over without a burning acid coming up into my throat. That is the most extreme I have had it and it isn't that often. Usually just the mild burning and associated gas.
3) When heartburn or reflux threatens, he takes 2 activated charcoal capsules. These soak up excess acid and gas really well. As a matter of fact, I had to take some yeasterday, because MY stomach felt sour, and an hour later, I felt noticeably better. Go to a health food store for these. You can also drink wheatgrass juice to help alkalinize your belly. Read up on these things. They all do wonderful things for your digestion. Ah, the burping!
A heart catherization was performed and showed numerous mictoarteries clogged to go along with the circumflex artery, The endoscopies displayed duodenum ulcers, mucous, acid reflux, approximately three days worth of food. I experience severe stomach pains and cramps on anything I eat or drink.
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