Vomiting mucus phlegm

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About two weeks ago, I felt like I had something stuck in my throat, which caused vomiting a couple of times. I was also wheezing and trying to cough up mucus with a really bad taste coming up. I finally had one big sneeze and cough and out came a long hard piece of ropy phlegm. My wheezing immediately stopped. Just this morning, I had the same thing happen. I taste is terrible before I am able to get this piece of phlegm out. This is totally gross and I have no idea what this is.
Then I started to feel better but seem to be plagued with this odd coughing out of no where, that always leads to being out of breath and then the mucus comes up and vomiting starts. Any ideas on what could be causing this?
I guess that tissue damage must be the source of the phlegm, since the body creates mucus to protect it from further injury, right? What can I do to ease the damaged tissue, or at least control the phlegm? Thank you for your time!!
Hi guys, I have been experiencing Phlegm in my throat for 4 months now. I just want to know can anyone have an allergy at my age (24) and not since child hood.....I think I may have developed some kind of lactose tolerance or something, because the phlegm increses when I drink milk....so now switching to soya milk. Question: Can you have allergy anytime in life or has to start at childhood/birth? How do I test to know if I have milk allergy or all lactose problem?
I have had this phlegm problem now for about a year. It is mostly clear mucus, and is caused by chronic post nasal drip. I did see an ENT and he diagnosed GERD, however, now I've been on Nexium for a year and STILL have the phlegm problem. So, I've had to look for other, more wholistic answers. I have a diet that is largely balanced, but I do love sugar, and my very sweetened coffee in the morning.
) so I got it all for 7 years--clogged sinuses, constant phlegm, hawk, spit, nocturnal mucus drowning, sore throat, lost voice, smell, and taste, chronic cough, Cipro, steroid sprays, name it. Here's the real problem, recently from the Mayo Clinic. (Google: mayo clinic snot). Once you get an infection, all the viruses, bacteria, mold, allergens, toxins take on a life of their own, and cause all these problems.
I have read several messages from people with similar symptoms such as mine - cough mainly in AM with mucus, again in the evening. I plan to try some of the suggestions such as taking an antihistamine/decongestant and a remedy for GERD (although I do not have symptoms of that particular problem). I have been hacking for about 3 months, have been to the doctor who has given me antibiotics along with cough medicines. Seems to help a bit but then I'm hacking again.
Sometimes the coughing is so severe I end up vomiting or I often gag almost to the point of vomiting (It's very exhausting.) It doesn't seem to matter what I eat, and it happens pretty much after every meal. I have never been diagnosed with any kind of respiratory problem like asthma or anything like that, nor do I have any food allergies, but I was wondering if maybe I should tell my doctor about this problem and if maybe it is a fixable thing? Does anyone else have a similar problem?
About two weeks ago, I felt like I had something stuck in my throat, which caused vomiting a couple of times. I was also wheezing and trying to cough up mucus with a really bad taste coming up. I finally had one big sneeze and cough and out came a long hard piece of ropy phlegm. My wheezing immediately stopped. Just this morning, I had the same thing happen. I taste is terrible before I am able to get this piece of phlegm out. This is totally gross and I have no idea what this is.
About two weeks ago, I felt like I had something stuck in my throat, which caused vomiting a couple of times. I was also wheezing and trying to cough up mucus with a really bad taste coming up. I finally had one big sneeze and cough and out came a long hard piece of ropy phlegm. My wheezing immediately stopped. Just this morning, I had the same thing happen. I taste is terrible before I am able to get this piece of phlegm out. This is totally gross and I have no idea what this is.
About two weeks ago, I felt like I had something stuck in my throat, which caused vomiting a couple of times. I was also wheezing and trying to cough up mucus with a really bad taste coming up. I finally had one big sneeze and cough and out came a long hard piece of ropy phlegm. My wheezing immediately stopped. Just this morning, I had the same thing happen. I taste is terrible before I am able to get this piece of phlegm out. This is totally gross and I have no idea what this is.
When you feel the need to clear your throat sip some water to clear the mucus. An antihistamine can dry up the postnasal drip. However, it may make the mucus thicker and more difficult to move.
Hello, For about two days now my daughter has been passing stool with heavy amounts of mucus in it. This morning really concerned me because when she was pooping she started vomitting Phlegm I called my doctors answering service and I am waiting for a response. Has anyone had his problem? Should we be concern?
Mucus buildup remedy - TRY IT!!! (: When you have mucus/phlegm in the throat due to post nasal drip, get some Silver Biotics (it is the only colloidal silver that really works for me) and make a nasal pray with this solution. Don't add anything, just spray your nose 3 times daily, 2 spray in each nostril. It will fix the post nasal drip and allow the mucus to get out your nose.
2 years ago i started throwing up due to my mucuc and phlegm that was in my throat.i always feel like there is snot in the back of my throat....well i have been too four doctors and they say its sinus in fection well....i think they need to do more research on me cause on day when i threw up i busted my veins in my nose and i bleed all over the place....what is wrong...now its 2014 and im still snorting cause i feel like theres snot in my throat and my stomach gets all rumbling...
It looks like my typical Spring/ Summer roller coaster is back. Also have been coughing/vomiting (mucus like phlegm) now for about 3 months and having some blurred vision at times. Pea size lump in my throat has basically went away and lymph nodes under my arms are going down. Thrush in throat is clearing up. Stomach pains and bloating is going back down. Just a small stitch in left side. Winter spasms have eased up and basically went away.
I also suffer for years and years from chronic coughing, coughing/vomiting up clear mucus/spit, slimy sticky egg white type mucus. I am allergic to everything, I itch all the time, and I am miserable.
For 2-3 weeks now I've had a persistent cough. It's semi-productive, and the mucus is mostly of a yellowish color ranging from light to a very dark almost brown. A friend of mine recently had Whooping Cough and my last booster was at least 7 years ago, so I thought it might be that. But only once has the coughing led to vomiting; usually it will be a strong fit of it but will go away once I produce some phlegm.
Two of the females pooped with no worms in it, but only one had episodes of vomiting frothy mucus. The three didnt eat their dinner yesterday and doesnt even seem to want to drink water this morning and seem to have no appetite. It'll be almost 24 hours after their deworming, is this normal or something to be worried about?
By the 4th day of taking the amoxicillin, the mucus thickened, so I decided to try spicy food and garlic to combat the phlegm but it did not help, and gave me burning indigestion inferior to my sternum. On that same day, I revisited the walk in clinic, and another doctor put me on a corticosteroid, fluticasone (2 sprays in each nostril, twice a day), and I continued on the amoxicillin for the remainder of my 10 day prescription.
I usually only use my Nasarel when I'm at my wits end with my PND / daily excessive clear mucus production / coughing coughing coughing / vomiting the clear mucus up to get relief, etc. What happens is I usually end up feeling tight in the chest and around my back as well as very sore/tight shoulder pain, and my energy drops to zero just like having the flu does to a person. My daily clear phlegm thickens and eventually I end up with yellow phlegm which means I have a cold/flu.
I initially vomited light green mucus, then mucus with a little bit of blood in it. I got myself to an emergency doctor who said he believes the doctors and A&E missed it and i have congestion particularly in my right lung which he believes to be pneumonia. He said he wouldn't admit me to hospital as my oxygen levels were normal and my blood pressure wasn't rapidly decreasing. He's given me antibiotics and an inhaler to use.
I have had high fevers, chills, and all but NO cough and NO phlegm whatsoever. The Pneumonia was diagnosed on a chest xray. Does it mean anything if I simply do not cough and have no desire to? Doesn't that infection have to come out somehow? Or can it just be that the pneumonia is only causing inflammation with no phlegm? I have been sick for 2 + weeks, and started antibiotics about a week after the onset of the chest pain, when I spiked 103 fever and chills, rapid heart rate.
It still would be a good idea to have her checked over by a vet. Vomiting large amounts of mucus, unexplained neck swelling, loss of appetite, and lethargy are all symptoms which need proper attention. Yes, sometimes dogs have an upset, then get better of their own accord, and we are glad we didn't panic (and run up a bill at the vet's office!) Sometimes that happens. But it is a fine line to balance. In my opinion, anything that is pretty dramatic, of sudden occurrence, or worsening.....
If your asthma is otherwise well-controlled, it would be surprising if the phlegm in your throat is caused by asthma. The most common cause is post-nasal drip from chronic rhinitis and this often responds to treatment with an inhaled nasal steroid. Another treatment that may help your symptoms, and helps a nasal steroid work better is a nasal wash treatment.
I coughed all day long until I vomited. Mainly when I cough I produce large amounts of mucus. I went to another doctor after my previous doctor relocated. The new doctor agreed that I had asthma and prescribed Singular and Symbicort. Again, I saw no results but my doctor insisted that I stayed with the treatment. After I year, I moved to Japan and was still using Symbicort and Singular with no affect on my cough. I started seeing a new doctor who told me that I had walking pneumonia.
I get a vomiting sensation toward the end of the day. My chest is still badly congested and I heck up phlegm when I cough: 1. Is it normal for me to have fatigue and exhaustion 3 weeks after onset of my flu? 2. Is the feeling of nausea common? Has anybody else experienced this feeling? 3. Could this be an ARS symptom by any chance? No swelling of glands, no rash. 4. Do i need to go see a doctor? I don't want to see a doc until i get my 8-week HIV test due in another couple of weeks.
For me it started a couple of years ago one summer after pushing myself too hard. I start coughing out of the blue to the point of either just about passing out or vomiting mucus. Urgg My chest hurts and feels sunken in, pounds very hard and quivers sort of and then I'm fine till it happens again. The harder I push myself (usually working outdoors or hunting) the more frequent it happens. It's a little embarrassing; nevertheless, I have gotten used to it.
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