Vomiting mucus cause

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Hello Matt, The symptoms that you are having i.e vomiting consisting of mucus mainly is pointing towards the diagnosis of post nasal drip,acid reflux or food allergies. Post-nasal drip (PND) occurs when excessive mucus is produced by the sinuses. The excess mucus accumulates in the throat or back of the nose. It can be caused by rhinitis, sinusitis, or laryngopharyngeal acid reflux. It can be enhanced or sometimes even caused by allergies.
Ever? Lol odd. Does it look like coffee grounds?
The eating of grass may be an instinctive attempt to clear the stomach. I now it can cause vomiting. Clear vomiting says to me the puppy isn't eating at all.. but it seems to be drinking water, that is important, but the water has to held down and ingested. Talk with your mom, she must know what is best, and please let us know how it goes, we do worry along with you.
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My 15 month old English Bulldog has been vomiting for about 6 weeks now (daily, sometimes twice daily). If it is after a meal, then she throws up the entire meal. If it is not near a meal, then she throws up a large amount of bile colored drool. She eats only her recommended amount of Innova-Weight Control dog food twice daily (given to her in small amounts at a time) - No table food at all. She has been taking half a tab (37.
But anyhow when i started having this problem i developed a problem with the gaging to clear the mucus which leads to vomiting. I always have this sensation to vomit(because of the feeling of mucus in my throat/lower nasal cavity), more so when in a stressfull situation or when i dont feel like i can gag ro hawk up mucus i become very panicy, which brought on panic attacks.
when he coughs and some comes to surface FROM LUNGS....DOES HE SWALLOW OR SPIT? That could be the cause for the mucus coming from the stomach....now, there are a few conditions of the stomach and or intestines that would cause the PROJECTILE vomiting and that is the part that concerns me....had he ever had any gerd or acid reflux...I would definately get an appointment with PP and he can direct you from there...
But for the last month, I have been nauseous every morning and have been throwing up mucus quite often. Pregnancy not possible. Blood work is normal and my dr. just tells me to take anti-nausea medicine. Help. I have lost 10 pounds in the las month due to this and lack of appetite.
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my problem is when i am stressed or face emotional problem i just lose any appetite and i tend to self provoked vomit, after vomiting i feel a little better for a short time, sometimes i try to vomit and just vomit mucus as there is nothing in my stomach. i didnt eat anything for more than 5 days now, trying to drink juices. plz cld u help me or tell me what's the name of my condition, amn't bulimic or anorexic, i dont have any body image problems.
Hi,I'm 17 years old and during the past month every few days or week I'd feel nauseous and start vomiting and get diarrhea for a whole day and I wouldn't eat until the next day. And after a few days the same thing would happen. So can anyone tell me what's wrong? is it something serious??
When we got a new vet, she immediately treated his ears, and no more vomiting. It can also happen if your dog has bad allergies, from all that mucus draining into the stomach. You might want to check your dog's ears for a lot of wax or redness, and watch for a lot of scratching or biting to indicate allergies.
My chronic pain stems from small bowel adhesions that cause obstruction. When the obstruction gets bad enough, I can't keep anything down including liquids - which happens a lot. There isn't anywhere for food and liquids to go, so it comes right back up. Friday night/ Saturday morning I woke up at 3:15 AM and just made it to the bathroom in time to unload my stomach contents.
Smoking, alcohol use, gastritis, acidity, tumors of stomach and food pipe, bleeding gastric ulcer, cancer of stomach, erosion of lining of food pipe, bleeding veins at esophageal (food pipe) sphincters etc all cause vomiting of blood. This can be fresh red if coming from a place above the stomach. It can be brown or coffee colored if coming from the stomach.
I am 16, almost 17, and for almost 3 years I have had excessive mucus in the throat, with a persistent cough that leads to dry heaving and sometimes vomiting. Sometimes the mucus is so thick and sticky that it blocks my throat and almost suffocates me. I have tried allergy medication, cutting out dairy, sugar and gluten, and nothing works. I don't smoke, but people say my cough sounds like a smoker's cough.
I have had a cough for 6 weeks now and it is followed with mucus. When I first get up in the morning and I take a drink of water normally because I feel dehydrated I feel the mucus start forming. I then start coughing and trying to spit up the mucus. It is really been horrible. I eat and then 30 minutes later I am thowing up my food. I have been treated with antibiotics and cough medicine but the cough and the mucus still persist. I am so tired of urinating all over myself when I cough.
He coughed some during the day, but at night he had to take Robitussin or the coughing and mucus kept him awake. About 5 months later he went to his cardiologist for a checkup and it was decided he had mild congestive heart failure. The doctor put him on Aldactone 12.5mg daily. The cough went away immediately. But then something else happened. His nose started to run a lot and his voice started getting horse. The nose runs most of the time.
At first it was brown and chunky (like his dog food) and now it's becoming more and more clear and mucus-like. Also, his nose isn't as wet and his gums and mouth are sticky, not slobbery like usual. He is a chihuahua/rat terrier mix and he's almost 2. I've given him I've chips and water to try and keep him hydrated but he's just throwing it right back up. Also, since he's begun vomiting, I haven't given him any food. I don't know what I need to do but some advise ASAP would be great.
Postnasal drip from allergic or nonallergic causes, particularly in cold weather, is another common cause of coughing. Working with your doctor to eliminate or identify the cause is the best approach to this problem.
I am a 27 yr old female with 3 children (I am sure I have hemorroids), for about the past 6 months I have noticed blood and sometimes mucus in my stool. I had my gallbladder removed about 2 years ago, so I have diarrhea also. Lately, I have had some nausea and cramps. So I was wondering, what does this sound like? All my symptoms are as follows: blood in stool, mucus in stool, narrower stools, cramping, nausea, diarrhea. Thanks for your help!!
Vomiting will not help with suboxone since it's absorbed through the mucus membranes of the mouth. 1 mg is a HUGE dose for a 10 lb dog, and a dam big dose for an opiate-naive human. Call your regular vet clinic. There should be an outgoing message instructing you what to do in an emergency. THIS IS AN EMERGENCY so please do it now!
but some mornings I wake up n vomit mucus n then have to blow my nose cause of all the mucus coming out ...and was wondering what causes this? And if anyone else gets this? And I'm also not sick either. Should I be more concerned? Or is this another pregnancy symptom?
I've lost about 7 pounds in the last 2 months. What do you think could cause gas, diarrhea with mucus, and loose stools? I get nervous when I see a mention of HIV. Is HIV normally associated with just these symptoms? I don't have a rash or high fever, haven't thrown up. I quit drinking milk and having dairy, that doesn't seem to be the problem. I don't see any blood in my stools. Just diarrhea with mucus and gas. Thanks.
Antibiotics can be irritating to the GI tract. And cause nausea sometimes, and occasionally vomiting. Some dogs are prone to this side effect, others less so. But did you say your dog started with some vomiting before he had the antibiotic? And that the reason for the surgery(and antibiotic) in the first place was because he started vomiting? And it was found he had an enlarged bowel?
On Monday the 21st we took him to the hosptial where the doctor did an exam on him even examening his belly while he was vomiting and seeing the vomit contents. The doctor did a CT scan as well as blood work and all came back normal with no abnormalities in sight ( huge relief) Blood work as well was normal but still not an answer to why he is vomiting on and off for two weeks now. Unfortunately we left with good news but no news on what is causing him to feel sick.
Does she have allergies, frequent colds, or sinus infections that could be causing her to swallow mucus in her sleep. Mucus can irritate the stomach and cause her to vomit. It is just an idea. I would recommend having her checked out again and ask about the underdeveloped pylorus. That sounded like a reasonable theory and if it is still a problem as she gets older there may be interventions to help. Good luck! I hope you find the answers you are looking for.
The opiates have helped with this, I know, but lately, there has been dark red, sometimes black parts to my stool. And more often now, mucus covers the stool, also. And a lot of it. I am becoming more and more scared every time I go now, which is only a few times a week, and the pain has been unbearable for too long now. So plz help! Advice, anything, would be much appreciated.
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