Vomiting from coughing

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Tumors of the oral cavity, pyorrhea or pus in gums and Vitamin C deficiency can cause bleeding from mouth, which if ingested can result in vomiting. The other possibility is that you are coughing up blood. This can be due to bronchitis or pneumonia, lung cancers (especially in smokers), tuberculosis, bronchiectasis, pulmonary embolism, or fungal and other infections. Discuss these possibilities with your doctor. It is difficult to comment beyond this without examining.
My cat was coughing and breathing heavy. I took her to the Vet and after they took X-Ray I was told she has to be under medication for two weeks. I started her on Clavamox 15 ML but after couple of days I noticed she vomits after each intake. I was told by the Vet to give her Metochlopramide 5 MG first and wait 20 minutes before giving her Clavamox. She is not eating food and I am giving her Garbor baby food (chicken and rice) along with Clavamox. I noticed she still vomits after each intake.
I am not a alcoholic, I do drink on some weekends, I have noticed that I stop breathing and wake up coughing then that usaully leads into throwing up, this only happens when I drink liquor the stuff i throw up is black in colour, not like coffee beans any ideas what could be going on with me I am 42 yrs old thanx
How can I stop my cat from vomiting? She is taking Clavamox drops and was vomiting after each use. I spoke to her Vet and was told that I should give her Metochlopramide 5 MG first and wait for 20 minutes and then give her Clavamox. She is not eating and Vet suggested to give her baby food with the Clavomox. I am doing what I was told but my cat is still vomiting.
I would take her to her physician as soon as you are able, it is certainly not healthy for her to keep coughing and vomiting. The coughing will hurt her insides if it is too strong and vomiting will prevent her from getting her much needed nutrients from food, etc. I really am not able to tell you what it is, it could be a number of things, and, as I said, it would be best if she saw a doctor. Please let me know the outcome, I know she must be miserable.
Right now, I am still experiencing coughing,vomiting,stomach pain and diarrhea in the morning. It gets better as the day goes on.
I can only speculate that he might have a very intense gag reflex. Coughing can sometimes induce vomiting, especially if it is very intense coughing. It is possible that your husband is just more sensitive to this than most people. Have your doctors tried to suppress the cough (I am sure they have). I do not think this is a cardiac cause from what you describe. I hope this helps. Good luck.
It is not uncommon for harsh coughing to be accompanied by vomiting, so don’t worry about that. What is more important is that you remain ill after more than 2 weeks. Sounds like you may have pneumonia. If so, it would be good to know what type of pneumonia you have because 1 antibiotic might be preferable to another. You should have a chest x-ray and a blood count to make sure that you, despite still coughing badly, are at least on the road to recovery.
I start coughing so hard that I cannot breathe and panic. I'm not sure if this correlates to the vomiting. I have never had allergies before, nor been asthmatic. I don't smoke. Although I throw up almost all my food, I have noticed a weight gain. I started juicing. This has not helped curb my daily puking schedule thanks to the coughing. Weirdly enough, I am still gaining weight. I did not have a cold or flu in the past six months. The coughs just started up on their own.
He was tested for whooping cough it was negative. He then began coughing fits that resulted in vomiting. We are now in the 6th week and he daily sometimes more then once is vomiting after a coughing fit or any physical activity like running around. The Dr. has him on singular once a day and albuteral 4X day. Has anyone experienced this before and do you know what is going on??
I've had many scopes, sinus cleaning, asmtha/breathing tests, etc., and all the drugs referred to above, etc. The last pulminary doctor I went to.. (the allergist sent me after reading reports of 2001 suggesting he scope me again), finally ordered a CT scan of my lungs. He was pretty negative when I went in, and quick to just give me antibiotics for an infection (once again). When I went back 10 days later with no results from the antibiotics, he read the report from the CT.
the headaches could be from dehydration from vomitting. Same with the weight loss - malnutirtion from vommiting food. If he got some anti-emetic treatment from the doctor he should be able to keep food and fluid down - He needs to face his fear and do the right thing. Not easy but very important.
Aside from vomiting blood, what other symptoms are present? If there was no second opinion from another doctor done, this could be one suggestion. It would help to know what rare disease he has for proper evaluation. Take care and do keep us posted.
But for the last 3-4 days I have had this constant cough where I can't stop and eventually end up vomiting. Earlier this week I had the flu and thought I was developing strep throat. Went to the doctors and did a test and it was negative and they told me it was a 'viral strep.' The doctor also listened to my lungs and said they sounded great. So I suffered a few more days and finally broke my fever. But since then I developed quite a nasty cough that is making me puke.
Mostly you are asleep, coughing wakes you up, you sit up, you start coughing, coughing, coughing, then suddenly it feels as if your windpipe closes and you breathe, talk, swallow, anything!! This lasts up to 30-35 seconds (which seems like forever). It is very frightening! Eventually you can draw in small breaths and the episode subsides...... Has anyone heard of this? Please, please answer me. I've been looking for the people who wrote in before.
I coughed so hard at the doctor's office this time around that I was shaking, vomiting and holding my head from the pain. It was so bad that my doctor thought I was going through some kind of withdrawals from alcohol and the like. Have mercy. Over the counter meds do nothing. My doctor gave me cough syrup (Tussionex) that seems to have losened everything up. I'm also on Benzonatate. It all seems to be helping, but now my nose has a constant feeling of needing to sneeze.
It is so severe that it leads to vomiting and panic level shortness of breath. It is prohibiting any restful sleep and keeps her awake for hours afterword causing fatigue throught the day. There is some phlegm with the cough. She is 42, a smoker, is allergic to cats and dogs although we have had a 4 lb yorkie for 4.5 years with only mild and occasional reaction in my wife. We recently (6 months) ago added a Parrot to the household.
Since our return from Jackson, MS it has been just horrible. The school calls me constantly at work saying my son wets his clothes and complains the majority of the time with a headache. Everyday he laughs saying his right foot tickles and last night while he was sleeping he started coughing so bad he started to vomit everywhere. With all the viruses going around I assumed he had one. But he had no fever just vomiting.
For years my husband has been getting up in the morning and vomiting profusely but the only thing that comes up is clear, white or somtimes yellowish liquid. After he goes through that his stomach knots up and he feels drained, weak and just generallly bad. He has had a colonoscopy, upper GI, X-ray, CT scan and ultra sound. They did find he had H.Pylori when they did the upper GI and treated him for that.
My Little Sister Has a constant coughing and vomiting bouts. It occurs everyday and is quite bad at night. The temperature also seems to contribute to the effect of the coughing and vomiting. When it's too hot and too cold the coughing and the vomiting gets bad. I've been to the GP and the Hospital they thought it was a stomach bug but this has been going on for nearly 4 months now. Please Can You Help? P.S. She gets to no other pain from the vomiting & coughing.. only her throat hurts.
Hi, Coughing out blood is different from vomiting blood. Vomiting blood is due to diseases involving the esophagus, stomach and duodenum. But coughing out blood is due to diseases involving respiratory tract. A pulmonologist will be a better person to give opinion regarding your husband's health problem. ================================================================ The information provided is for patients’ education only and is not a medical advice.
Even though it's called bilious vomiting syndrome, it's not an actual vomiting that brings up the foam, it's a gagging cough. This happens in some dogs when they first wake up, the stomach is empty from not eating all night and there is a buildup of acid. You can try an experiment to see if this is what it is - try feeding your dog a small snack late at night or, if you wake up during the night, give her a cookie or two.
Probably the infection caused an upper airway inflammation which has led to lots of drainage which was followed by the coughing and the vomiting. The coughing may or may not be directly related to the vomiting, but the mucus probably is related to both. I am not sure if your history of bulimia is related or not. I would suggest speaking with your physician to give you something to control the drainage which should lead to improvement in both the cough and the vomiting.
The mucus could be coming from anywhere in the respiratory tract, from your nose and sinuses down to anywhere in your lungs. It may or may not be related to eating, especially if you cough up the food rather than vomiting up the food. That is, some type of swallowing disorder. You should not ignore this potentially serious situation any longer.
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