Throwing up blood in mucus

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I wouldn't want to add to your medicines but, Mucinex can be used to loosen and thin the mucus you are 'throwing up'... I used to take Entex daily for that same thing until they came out with Mucinex that was over the counter (but, expensive) Costco sells the SAME medicine for less and in greater quantities...I think it's called "Mucus Relief"... Best of Luck...
The throw up only seems to be her food, no blood or mucus. She still acts rather playful and eats just fine as well. She hasn't lost any weight at all, and she may actually be gaining weight.
It's almost entirely water that she is throwing up the rest is mucus/foam. She is still energetic and keeps trying to play with her toys. Anyone have any suggestions?
Just came back from a bicycle ride in cold weather, which always results in too much mucus in my system. This time, I almost felt like throwing up, but it quickly went away when I relaxed my stomach muscles. Any ideas as to what happened?
Starting about two weeks ago, i started randomly throwing up mucus. I think it's nerves. lately i've been going through some harsh culture shock. In addition to that i've started a new job and I'm really stressed about it. All in all, I think it was nerves. This week, same thing, randomly throwing up mucus. Some days nothing, other days I'll throw up a bit. Interesting thing is that when i throw up i only bring up mucus. For example, I ate a sandwich the other day.
As soon as I hack a little bit up the wheezing goes away for a few seconds until the mucus returns in the throat, then I start all over again. This is very uncomfortable. Doesen't seem to bother me to much when I sleep, but starts in again as soon as I get up. It seems that I have to cough so hard to break this junk loose, and after the hard work it;s right back. The Dr.
He said it should be cleared up in about 10 says with the Claritin and to only use the inhaler when I need it. Well, that was three months ago and thank goodness for that $55 inhaler, bc I swear sometimes I feel like I'm about to die just going up the stairs or in the middle of the night after a cough attack. I've also been losing quite a lot of weight, bc I'm afraid to eat anything (the coughing and throwing up that ensues after I'm done eating is very weakening.
I occasionally pass blood and/or mucus in my stools - the mucus is usually either a dark or pinkish color, I don't have any pain. I'm very worried about what this could be, I have tests at the hospital but they couldn't find anything (I think a sigmodoscopy??) and my family don't have any history of anything like this.
I have ulcers and have been throwing up a lot of acid and what looks like coffee grounds. There is also bright red blood in my stools. I'm loosing a lot of weight.
My doctor sent me to a gastric doctor who said I was in the wrong place as blood will not come up unless you are throwing up. He suggested the ear/nose/throat dr. I had an appointment I had to cancel and I thought it had gone away til today when it happened twice. It was only happening at night I would wake up with that taste and spit. Now it's coming during the day. I do not smoke or have allergies. I do feel something is not right in my throat area.
However, I still do cough when I go to bed (not as much or as bad as it was) and the only way I've been making it through the night is by taking Tylenol PM which does contain antihistamine. And I do still bring up mucus in the morning but it's not as bad as it was. Sometimes I start coughing after eating so have thought that it may have something to do with certain foods but can't determine which ones.
Hello, Vomiting or throwing up of blood is called hematemesis. The source is generally the upper gastrointestinal tract.Causes may be lying in esophagus,stomach or duodenum like bleeding ulcers,varices, Mallory-Weiss syndrome (esophageal tear),inflammation of any of the three, irritation or erosion of the lining of the esophagus or stomach, vascular malfunctions of the gastrointestinal tract and tumors of the stomach or esophagus.
After that pain passed and I didn't really look at my stool until yesterday when the water in the toilet had turned red and had spots of blood on TP, upon inspeaction found blood in my stool, was not in one area bits and little strands in mucus all over. I have no pain in my stomach and hardly any pain in my lower abdomen, if i do it is mild and lasts a few seconds. Not sure if the two incidents are related but the blood is the same red colour, and bits of mucus are present.
Could any of these things actually be linked? Or is it just a coincidence/in my head? Might the mucus be coming up because being full puts pressure on my lungs or something? Is there a reason why the pain tends to go away when I get my throat clear, or that time I threw up?
Passing of the Mucus Plug The mucus plug accumulates at the cervix during pregnancy. When the cervix begins to open wider, the mucus is discharged into the vagina and may be clear, pink, or slightly bloody.
mucus. It was my nightmare a few years ago. I had much stinky mucus in my throat. Now, when I eat more, mucus in not as much a problem. It just lays somewhere deeper. About my mind: I'm anxious person. When I meet people, I'm losing control and temperature of my body decreases. I start shaking then. But I'm still not sure whether my mind causes my body to freak out or reverse. I thing this is more going from the body. What do you guys thing about it? I tried some med examinations already.
down to only throwing up in the middle of the night. Today was Day 13 and I just don't know what to do!
My surgeon insisted it was due to trama from the breathing tube and not from the surgical site. However if you are throwing up blood versus coughing it up, an ER visit or call to your doctor would be warranted.
If you are throwing up blood I would be in the ER. I had that with my second and they were afraid I tore my esophagus. I was told if my blood levels (something they check for internal bleeding) were high then I would be staying a few days. Thank goodness I didn't have to stay. I did have to have IV fluids with my 1st and 2nd and I just got dizzy, never passed out. I would find someone who would listen, that is a lot of weight to loose.
I would not want you to remove dairy from his diet long term because he needs the calcium but you could try and remove all foods that have dairy for a few days just for a test and see if that goes away. Mine started with mucus in the stool. Then around 11yrs it turned in to diarrhea and stomach pain. Generally mucus is from irritation. Keep a food diary of everything he is eating so you can track it and see if it is something else he is eating.
No, if directly related to this incident, this would not be TB. The onset was much too fast for that disease. As for throwing up, that too would not be an immediate sign of infectious disease. Wet hair and face would also be unlikely from spitting and it is likely that a four year old might have been sprayed or doused with something and, lacking the vocabulary to describe it, called it “spitting.” That, notwithstanding, his illness might or might not be related to what actually occurred.
She was happy and rambunctious still so I gave her more water and some scarmbled eggs and she went to bed. In the morning around 5 am she had thrown up real bad so I cleaned her up and gave her more water no food. To let her stomach settle. I went to work and had my mom keep an eye on her. When I got back she was groggy and lethargic. I noticed her gums were yellow and her eyes (the iris where it is usually blue) was yellowish-green and cloudy.
The nurse at my OB/GYN went to take my blood pressure and I began throwing my arm in the air. She managed to come up with a 190/90 or so and that stayed on my records and each doctor I saw would bring it up. I was so silly, I never mentioned that I was moving my arm to get away from it when she did it - it just did something to me and now I'm deathly afraid of getting it done. It's all so silly and I don't even know why I'm afraid.
I am always coughing and clearing my throat at meetings like an old man. Worse in a.m. when I wake up or out in cold walking the dogs. Or.... talking on the telephone or in a meeting. Always have a "frog" in my throat. Doc originally said it could be asthma, allergies, or acid reflux. Lung x-ray was okay. Tested negatively for asthma & allergies. Taking Zantac 75 but it doesn't seem to make any difference.
I have this simmilar experience too just as these guys giving their situtations on the net, my problem is I get irritated often times I hear clicking deep within my chest whenever I take a deep breath this comes sometimes with what they call a heart burn and it annoys me a lot in the past 3 years. I got a check up; X-rays and ECG'S and the result was normal, the doctors diagnose it with an atypical heart block but my second reading was normal. so what is this?
For the past 2 days I have gotten naeseous in the evenings accompanied by headaches. @ nights ago in my way home from work I threw up in my car (gross!!) adn last night I was so nauseated that I went to bed 3 hours earlier than normal (again feeling like I was going to throw up and a bad headache). I am starting to wonder if these aren't early pregnancy symptoms and maybe I just have the flu?? I guess we'll see...
To me, it sounds like a small stream of bubbles traveling up the spinal column in my neck. In the several years that I've been frequenting health boards, I've seen other people with this symptom, although I've never seen an explanation.
im sorry but i have no positive advice to add but I too am in the same boat as all these other ladies. My last period started April 11, it was normal for me..very heavy and lasted 7 days. Then on May 1st, two weeks later I had about 4 days of very very light was light pink and dark brown..never enough to put a pad was only when I wiped, NOTHING like my regular period. After that, my period never came and now it has been 26 days. My next period is due this weekend.
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