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I am writing because of the death of my 39 yr old son from dilated cardiomyopathy(biventricular dilation) per coroner heart weight @ death 440 grams, no congenital malformations, valves of normal size, ventricles of normal dimensions, but both dilated....no artherosclerosis, aorta free of lesions and normal, vena cava and tributaries are not remarkable........lungs, no lesions(rght weighs510 grams, lft weighs450 grams) pulmonary arteries are free of thrombi and bronchial tree is clean.....
If you're vomiting up blood on any occasion, run not walk to your doctor or nearest health clinic. This may be an emergency! (or at least a sign of cancer) Vomiting blood on any occasion is a serious concern (especially with the variables you express). There should be free services available for your area to check out. Here's some things to look up: http://www.mayoclinic.
Were you able to discuss the immediate cause of death with her doctors? Vomiting blood may be attributed to bleeding somewhere in the upper GI tract such as the stomach, mouth, throat, esophagus, and the first part of the small intestine. Blood that is vomited may come from any one of these places. With hepatitis B, possible complications include liver cancer, liver failure, cirrhosis, as well as esophageal varices that can bleed. This could be a factor in the vomiting of blood.
Earlier that day he was fine, playful and nothing was wrong, there was no blood, no vomiting, or any signs that he had been hit by a car...It happened so quick , I dont know what happened...
I have been vomiting blood along w what spears to be blood in my pee. I'm not eating because I have no appetite, so what I do vomit is water then blood, or this yellow green stuff, I have a sharp pain right under my ribs, above my belly button.
seems to be dying a slow death. I dont have the money to take him to another vet. Can someone PLEASE tell me what to do. Is there anything I can do at home.
Hi Rose, Symptoms of an magnesium chloride overdose include nausea, vomiting, flushing, low blood pressure, a slow heartbeat, arrythmia, drowsiness, coma, and death. Take the tablets and capsules with a full glass of water. In liquid form, may not conform to the recommended to the extended- or slow-release formulations of magnesium chloride in cap or pill form. They are specially formulated to dissolve slowly in the body.
I was at the hospital 4 or 5 times, never admitted. Each time the recommendation was observation and rehydration, no diagnosis ever. Blood work, urine, stool, all normal. No other symptoms made it difficult to assess as well. We then decided to go to Germany (homeland, i live in asia) for a vacation and diagnosis. I was petrified with fear because i thought i would vomit and be sick for the 24 hour total journey.
Headache, confusion, memory loss, dizziness, nausea vomiting, slurred speech and fatigue are common. Delayed symptoms include depression, irritability, sleep disturbances, seizures, loss of smell etc. A doctor generally looks for focal neurological or generalized neurological symptoms that would show there is a pressure on brain somewhere. In absence of these symptoms and based on the history a diagnosis of concussion is given.
He had been sick with coughing and vomiting for nine days prior to his death. He was seen by a pediatrician three times in those nine days and we were told he had a virus and an ear infection. Two hours after a visit to his pediatrician, he fell or passed out (no one witnessed it) and immediately started having breathing problems. He became very cyanotic and his eyes rolled back in his head. We called 911. Upon arrival at the ER, he was found to have pneumonia and acute sinusitis.
My 7 year old dachshund recently ate what is thought to have been a coclebur or small pine cone. At the time we had no idea she had done any of this until we noticed vomiting and lethargy. We took her to the vet who ran a blood panel and all bloodwork was normal. She was sent home on some meds but nothing helped an the next day she was back and ordered an xray which showed some sort of object in the intestine and needed immediate surgery.
1. Vomiting of blood (caused by varices from increasing blood pressure in the liver and requires IMMEDIATE attention); 2. Swelling, especially of the extremeties, like ankles and legs (called edema); 3. Swelling of the abdomen/sudden weight gain (caused by liver retaining fluid, called ascites); 4. Extreme forgetfulness/confusion or loss of cognition (called encephalopathy); and/or 5. Yellowing of skin or eyes (jaundice).
He did and matter-of-factly suggested lyphoma to be the cause and told me not to worry as most people survive lymhomas. He also referredme to an oncologist whom I saw day before yesterday. The oncologist drew blood and my CBC was totally normal. He also stated that swollen lymph nodes in the back could be other things besides lyphoma and said that even if it was lyphoma, it was treatable. I have had none of the typical symptoms that go along with lymphoma, i.e.
I couldn't have done it without them. The last day of Noah's life here on earth he started vomiting blood. Not huge amounts like I had been told but as the evening turned to dawn there was no rest in between. I was lying beside him ever so gentle in his bed when morning birds started to sing, Noah turned to me and said, Hey Beck? I think we're out of time and and you were the best part of the show. Then he was gone. Easy, peaceful.
to people with severe crushing chest pain, convinced they are having a heart attack...to severe headaches, nausea, vomiting, dizziness (another very common one)....you name it. Look at the symptom list. It's long and growing by the day. You CAN fight this and break the cycle. It's not the easiest thing in the world to do...but it is 100% possible. Educate yourself on the disorder as well...
He has had bruising and one nose bleed. He take blood pressure pills and allopurinol. He has had so many days vomiting for 5-6 days vomiting everything. He has been so dizzy possibly through lack of food. He was admitted the other day to hospital as his INR had been 6.4 took no warfarin was vomiting all day and the following day it was 6.6. The Drs have been fab he has received 6 units plasma brain scan liver scan etc.
Hello all When I was about 18 months old I had a 'gangrenous bowell', I had what I believe was a piece of dead skin wrapped around my bowell and I was ill to the point of near death, because of this I had surgery which removed a portion of my bowell. Ever since I have intermittently suffered from agonising stomach cramps, vomiting, and constipation. The scar from my operation is half an inch above my belly-button.
The classic description for this condition is several episodes of retching or vomiting of nonbloody material that is followed by the vomiting of blood. Parenthetically, severe vomiting can have serious medical consequences. It is possible to rupture the esophagus. This condition is called Boerhave syndrome. Boerhave was a Dutch ( I beleive) admiral who was a glutton and used to induce vomiting so that he could eat and drink more.
I am now starting my days vomiting, sometime in the first couple of hours I wake up. I also started vomiting more than once a day. I went to the dr. last week with my son (mon.) I weighed 149. Ttoday we went back for a med check for him and I weigh 139 (wed) I tried for a couple of years after the last steroids to lose weight but couldn't do it. So no its not normal. I have nausea and vomiting and I can't sleep at night. Any advice..............PLEASE HELP!
Anyway, the other night, I threw up so violently that blood started pouring out of both nostrils! Scared me half to death! Now, I don't know what to think. Did I rupture something, and should I even bring this up to my doctor? I don't have high blood pressure, so that's out. But I'm sure if I would have burst anything, the bleeding wouldn't have eventually stopped, right? I don't know, I need someone's advice here, thanks.
Mon night I ended up in ER due to constant vomiting of blood. Now this is what ER md explained to me. My being stage 4 with a geno type 3a , the condition which can make my liver decompisates. I get that I guess what is confusing to me is that he said as a result sometimes the blood vessels will "become weak " . Has any one heard of this ? They put me on an anti nausia med zofran.Any help would be accepted. At this point I am starting to wonder why??
I came home and for the past two and a half weeks or so he's been ill but too scared to go to the doctor... He's been having coughing fits and vomiting as well, He's lost weight become lethargic and energyless... He even has no energy anymore for his favorite things... He's lost about 8 pounds and he's getting awful headaches... His lips are pale and his skin almost looks sickly....
She told me his whole chest was filled with blood and he was sufficating to death and she should give him the first sedation shot before the second one to put him to sleep. WTF?? I was SHOCKED!! I just had to put his Mom (13) down 5 months prior but I had time for that decision. (They were both very healthy and had all their shots and were taken care of very well).
which got me checked in in record time, and EKG, blood work, and who knows what else. Eventually they ruled out my heart and I continued to feel incredibly nauseous despite the three doses of anti-nausea medicine they had put in my IV. Once it was brought under control, they did CAT scans, x-rays and sonograms of my abdominal region. They checked everything! They found nothing. My appendix, galbladder, intestines and stomach appeared normal.
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