Common Questions and Answers about Vomiting up green stuff
For about a week, my stool has become more green. Now it's solid green color (forest green). Could it be a reaction to imipramine and carisoprodol that I take for fibremyalgia? I do not feel badly or sick. Thanks!
ive been sick many a time and had to throw up/poop at the same time,dont worry about it,,,food is flushing through your syatem as it tries to releave itself of the flu,,,your body purges itself to get out the bad,,,out both openings!!!,,dont worry.
The problem this morning is that she is throwing upGREEN BILE, and SWEATING profusely. Please help as we try to find the answer. Thank you.
PS- We are picking her up from college and taking her to the hospital so they can give her fluids through an IV if neccessary.
when i gag i burp because recently i cant burp on my own i have to gag to get all the built up air up. i have no health insurance due to no longer being in school so thats why i came to this post. i know this is a very hard subject to analyze due to me reading numerous post from other people with a similar problem.
just a darker red sort of color, like a very minor bruise.
To wrap up these odd symptoms, my stool has been a vivid green for the past few days. It could be very possible that this is just from eating some darker colored candy recently, but the quantities I consumed weren't all that large.
My diet has been a bit erratic in the past couple weeks.
These symptoms seem to possibly match up with lupus, Lyme disease and Chiari malformation...any idea what this vision stuff could be linked to, or how I could get it to go away? the spots aren't bothering me at all but the green and static are really annoying.
Subsequent vomiting was primarily dry-heaves which turned to vomiting of yellow/green bile by around 5 am. Every time he vomited you could see his stomach really tighten up. At around 5 am he had a couple of episodes of diarrhea that was very runny. The diarrhea also continued the next day as well. After he started the diarrhea the vomiting seemed to subside which is typical of the previous episodes.
The vomiting followed by diarrhea seems to be a pattern.
Whenever I brush my teeth, my gag reflexes are very sensitive and if my stomach is empty (which it usually is in the morning) I'll throw up what I thought was bial (sp?) It's always a weird yellowish green (toxic sludge) color. Sorry for TMI. :-)
Also, I had REALLY bad Heartburn during my first trimester and so I also thought that that may have been the acid in my stomach.
Sounds like morning sickness to me :-) good luck!
On my scrotum on the left side near the rear it is red, veins are purple and thrusting. I noticed tiny red dots and white pimples. It is also itchy. Yellow/white/Green tongue.
It first started July 14, 2010. Went to get a massage. The person place lotion on my scrotum and penis and it stared to tingle. I told her not to touch their. Also I drank some water from a cup I believe was already used. I felt something in my throat.
I too have had a cough and excess phelgm for about 9-10 months. Have tried everything and had all the usual tests such as chest
x-ray, ct scan, broncoscopy, etc., etc. and have been on all the usual medicines. I have discovered through some research of my own, that white foods (carbos) can cause excess phelgm. If you will try eliminating or at least cutting down on pasta, potatoes, white bread, white sugar, you might find it will help eliminate the phelgm. It has helped me considerably.
She also threw up when she woke up that morning. When I say she's throwing up I'm not just talking about a small amount like spit up she is throwing up a lot. Well after she threw up that first time monday morning she was fine again all day and just as happy as could be. Again on monday night and Tuesday morning she threw up again.
I have been nursing my daughter every since she was born and I'm wondering if there is any way possible that somehow my milk is making her sick.
I have been amazed at the correlation (and sometimes lack of correlation) between my hr and bp. They both go up when I exercise, but it is exercises that moves up and down against gravity or that uses larger muscle groups that seem to raise my pressure. For example, I can go ninety to nothing on the elliptical and never get my bp too high (hr gets very high). If I try to run--forget it, zoom, my bp is in the danger zone, but my hr is still pretty low!
The food has always done a pretty good job at getting rid of it. Any ways, I think I know why my cat is vomiting. My theory is the hair accumulates in his stomach making it impossible for him to get a good digestion. He wants to get rid of the hair so he tries to vomit. I'm scared because I still haven't seen a hairball when he throws up, but I know that's what he wants to get rid of. I know how damaging hairballs can be if they are not taken out. Should I call the vet and tell them?
After the operation, my dad was put on a food drip, but 6 days later he is not getting any better. He often gets hot and clammy and then vomits up lots of green bile. He does have a tube from his nose for this, but 3-4 times a day he vomits up to 2 bowls of the green bile. For 6 days he has been feeling so ill and feels like heis going to die every time he is sick. He is starting to lose hope and the doctors and nurses dont seem to be bothered that he is not showing any signs of recovery.
I wasn't taking as much as you, maybe up to 100MG a day for a few years. The withdrawals were still terrible though. Believe it or not, you have gone through the hard part, (imagine going back to day 1!) Any day now it's going to start getting better for you. The worst of the symptom's will subside, but you are still going to have nagging anxiety/sweats and a few others, but those are such that you should be able to cope with them easily after having suffered the ache of the first week.
Moochy is 3 years old and started vomiting a week ago. She coughed up two big hairballs in that time and wouldn't eat. I took her to the vet on the third day. The vet kept her for five days, did every test available and confirmed she has slight bilirubin and a very low white blood count but he couldn't find any cause. She doesn't have feline HIV or leukemia. He gave her broad spectrum antiobiotics and gave me some to give her now she's back home.
Rotten Egg Burps (the WORST part) followed by nausea, severe cramps, vomiting, diarrea, the works. Only after throwing up everything I'd ever eaten in my entire life would it go away eventually. Doctors never knew what was wrong and there's still nothing much online about the cause of this illness. After logging what I ate for quite a while, we figured out that the common denominator was RED DYE #40!
My dd eats nothing there but fruit and crackers. I just have to stuff her before we drop her off and pick her up early around 3 pm since she gets hungry. The best thing about daycare is that after we pick her up she is so over-stimulated and hungry that she started eating almost anything!
OH MY GOSH! I am a nurse and have been wondering for years, what those little bastards are! I am so thankful for the info you guys gave...I had no idea what they were called, so I just googled "stuff that come up in your throat". Yay for google!!
I seem to do it more AFTER eating and I ESPECIALLY find that when I am lying down (watching TV and even sleeping) and I simply get up (even in the middle of the night to use the bathroom) as SOON as I stand up, one rises up and explodes from my mouth. They are very abrupt, very loud and very quick- not to mention, very powerful.
I had a colonoscopy last year and an upper GI and they said everything looked good. Gastrologist told me I had GERD and put me on nexium.
All of my blood work came back great and even my cholesterol was in normal ranges. We chalked up the weight loss to stress and change in my diet when I switched from soft drinks to water during the UTI phase. All appeared fine. I had an annual follow up with a breast surgeon for a lump discovered and it was decided benign. I felt on top of the world...great!
I'm sick again today and it's been about a month now since the last time. I need antibiotics again.
She has been ok,but she just started vomiting and she has pain in the abdomen.The vomit has greenstuff. could you please tell us what the problem could be. And what kind of diet should she take?
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they had him not eating for 2 wks and then started him to eat after his upper gi came backa nd xray came back fine he is still throwing up this yellowish greenstuff...whatelse could that be and how can we stop it please help...
Your dog hasn't been eating or drinking just today or longer?
The cat food may have upset his stomach. I would not worry about him not eating for a day but he does need fluids.
It is not unusual for dogs to vomit on occasion, however, it is not something to be ignored.
Has he been eating grass or plants? Some plants are poisonous.
Any chance he could have ingested anti-freeze? These scenarios would be considered a medical emergency and should warrant a trip to the Vet immediately.
/the eevening after operation i got 101.4 fever, coughing up gross greenstuff called surgeon he put me on augmentin ( in my opinion anyone who has organs removed from their body should be sent home from hospital with antibiotics) 3 days later another fever, fluid comming out of ear, nultiple canker sore on mouth and blood in my urine twice, went back to drs yesterday.
so on monday she has major pain in her adbonmial area and is vomiting a total of 10 times. she had no food or drinks since sunday. She was not dry vomiting she was vomitingup a dark brown running very smelling poo like vomit. she also vomited a green slimy kinda like stuff too. so we went to the hospital where the doctor didnt care what i said he did a urine test and said she has a uti which is wierd because i have never seen or heard of anyone that vomited that way from a uti.
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