Stomach pain vomiting after eating

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When you're sick to your stomach, try eating many small meals (no larger than your fist) throughout the day. Not only will it be more likely that you'll hold it down, but if you DO bring it up, at least you're bring something up and it'll be a relatively small amount. Please make sure you track your intake and your reaction to the food. When you get nauseous and/or vomit, note the time and date.
I myself have nervous stomach sometimes and it is the same symptoms, right after eating, but I have it in the form of stomach cramps then diarreah, then I feel fine. There was nothing on-line for nervous stomach causing vomiting though, just the diarreah. He's not an attention getter nor does he induce vomiting. He has no other notible symptoms like blood in stool or abdominal pain, discolored urine, etc.
My wife throws up after within 10 mintues of eating. She gets pain in her sides next her abdomen after throwing up. Please help if you know what this means??? Thank you.
lately when he eats (not over eating) about 10 minutes later he gets stomach pain in his upper stomach. then roughly 20 minutes after that he gets a pain in his lower stomich(that feels like a gas pain) then his stomich makes a funny noise, then has to use washroom(diarrhea) also in the last couple months he had a few dizzy spills, and also feeling very weak. what do you think it could be.. please reply ASAP!!!
I have had stomach issue for 10 days. On day 1 and day 4 I had very sharp pain on my stomach, upper central abdominal. I had bad pain, but not as bad as the other two days on day 8 as well. Almost after every meal, I have had some stomach discomfort, ranging from light to medium degree. I have been on Apo-Esomeprazole since Day 5. I did blood test on day 5 in a walk-in clinic, but haven't heard back. The discomport is better if I only have soup. What might be the cause and what should I do?
I always kept a bag of crackers by my night stand for the first 12 weeks or so. Eat a few first thing in the morning will calm your stomach and reducing vomiting. Otherwise try ginger ale and apple sauce. Drink plenty of water and take your prenatal vitmines. As for the body pain, try a body pillow. I sometime just move to the couch to nap if I can't get comfortable in bed. It's going to be better in a couple more weeks and you feel and eat like a normal person again.
Before the choli, I would get very sulfurous belches, then I would get very nauseous and then would end up vomiting up all that was in my stomach. After a few months of this, I had severe pain in my upper-right/center area of my abdomen. I went to the ER, and they did an sonogram, which found that I had a dilated bile duct and stones (all under or around 1 cm) in my GB. I also had an enlarged liver (sag. length of 13 cm) most likely due to mononucleosis I had suffered earlier in the year.
For the past month I have been having difficulties after eating. Symptoms include pain in left flank, pain in lower left abdomen, pain in lower right abdomen, feeling bloated, feeling full after eating very little, flatulence, belching, a lot of gurgling noise in my stomach, nausea that comes and goes and loose stools that float to the surface, sometimes with mucus in the stool. I have tried sticking to bland foods but it doesn't seem to help.
I am currently 5 days post partum and, beginning yesterday, I began experiencing sharp abdominal pains and vomiting immediately after eating anything. When I have an empty stomach, I have no discomfort whatsoever, and I have no other postpartum complications or discomforts other than some perineal soreness. I had a vaginal delivery with an epidural. Any suggestions? I'm breastfeeding, so I am concerned about my lack of food and water intake.
I am a 21 year old female, I have been suffering from ongoing, constant, nausea, vomiting and stomach pain. Vomiting is daily, and occurs shortly after eating food. It will sometimes be very acidy but I will still throw up even if my stomach is not acidy. Getting up and moving around seems to make the nausea worse. The pain I have is mostly in the upper middle of my abdomen between my belly button and ribs. It is campy feeling and more painful if pushed.
For the past 2 weeks i have been vomiting after meals. it usually happens 1/2 hour to 3 hours after eating. i have no pain or nausea otherwise. only nausea right before i vomit. my doctor has done blood work, HIDA scan on my gall bladder, and an endoscopy- he did a biopsy to test for Hpylori. the only thing that was found was a hiatial hurniea and inflammation in my stomach close to the small intestine. my gall bladder test came back normal. what could be causing all the vomiting?
Started back on regular food (for me) yesterday and am not experiencing the bloating I was before, so hopefully things are back to normal. Am feeling a little stuffed after eating sometimes (but I was eating small meals while on my diet of blandness) but no bloating like before. BTW, an aunt recommended Flaxseed Oil (in capsule) as a good dietery supplement to keep things regular. I have been taking anti-gas Legumase before diner and it seems to help (it doesn't hurt at least).
I now vomit after after meal, often it is partially digested food immediately after eating and then what seems like pure bile about an hour to two hours after eating. I now vomit after drinking just water sometimes, as well. I have had to go to the emergency room for dehyrdation from the vomiting and while there they did several blood tests and mentioned that my lipase levels were elevated and I should mention that to my surgeon.
I did not have any symptoms of vomiting, or nuesa, pain, diarriah. I only feel the discomfort after eating or drinking. It was associated with rapid heart beat and a general weak feeling. This made me start to fear eating. I did an U/S for my stomach which was all clean. I then saw my doctor who on physical examination (when pressing the upper part of my stomach it did hurt me, but not much or sever). He asked me to do a blood tes, where H.Pylori was present. He gave me Rabeloc and antiboitics.
i had a similar problem with pain after eating. mine didn't involve hiccups, but did include sharp pain and nausea after eating. I had an upper GI done, and it turned out to be ulcerations from GERD.
And I have a bloated feeling after I eat, so I have been eating less. Sometimes I have stomach pain when I eat solid food, like a muffin or sandwich. I tried pepto bismol, it gave me diarrhea and I felt better for an hour but comes back right after so I stopped taking it. What could be wrong with me?
it is something disturbing my whole life i can't have such painful pain for more ...... my stomach is always bloated which affects my back and either i feel pain in my stomach and back pain is also related ......any help i went to many doctors and made too many analyses with no benefits the pain goes worse and increases thanks but i really need help .......
it is something disturbing my whole life i can't have such painful pain for more ...... my stomach is always bloated which affects my back and either i feel pain in my stomach and back pain is also related ......any help i went to many doctors and made too many analyses with no benefits the pain goes worse and increases thanks but i really need help .......
it is something disturbing my whole life i can't have such painful pain for more ...... my stomach is always bloated which affects my back and either i feel pain in my stomach and back pain is also related ......any help i went to many doctors and made too many analyses with no benefits the pain goes worse and increases thanks but i really need help .......
My mother is 69 years old and suffers from chronic episodes of sharp abdominal pain and sudden vomiting, generally (but not always) after eating; occurring approx. every week to ten days. Sometimes upper abdominal aches appear without nausea or vomiting, these may very occasionally be severe enough to keep her bedridden for a few hours. Diahrea also occurs, but is fairly rare. She is overweight, extremely sedentary but not an overeater. She drinks regularly, and also suffers from incontinence.
When he has a bad attack the back of his neck starts to hurt and he starts vomiting for hours. His abdomen pain will ease a little after he vomits but not for long. After about 24 hours of this he the pain and vomiting will stop. At first the attacks would happen every three of four months. Over time they have become more frequent. He has been to the emergency room more time than I can remember. The only med that helps at the er room is two doses of morphine.
My daughter is 12 years old and has a lot of pain an cramping in her stomach. This tends to happen late in the evening. This doesn't happen every night but maybe 3 times a week. She has already started her period, but is not having it right now. Her last period ended about a week and half ago. Could this be heartburn? Sometimes it hurts so bad she wants to throw up but can't.
I hope your stomach pain goes away. It sounds like you are being careful and not stressing it. Are you drinking plenty of water? I got a headache all night long one time when I didn't drink enough water before and after my shot. You know the stomach can get knotted or feel like that just from nerves. You should practice some relaxation techniques - deep breathing, mild exercise, stretching, etc.
The most common symptoms of bowel obstruction are abdominal distention, vomiting, crampy abdominal pain, and inability to pass flatus. In any case, you need to be evaluated by a physician. At a minimum, proper xrays to evaluate for bowel obstruction, and blood tests for gall bladder, pancreas and liver should be performed. If everything comes up negative, you then may want to be evaluated for more uncommon causes such as delayed gastric emptying or gastroparesis.
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