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My doctor said I had acid reflux and a vitamin b12 deffecincy but the medication seemed to worsen my symptoms making me vomit a lot more ( a lot more bile and also foam even making it come up my throat without vomiting) and feel nauseus almost everyday so I took myself off of it. I don't believe that I have reflux because I can never feel the acid coming up my throat except when I was taking this medication. I also am always tired no matter how much sleep I have.
I asked his folks had they given him anything and his mom told me that he may have ingested about 4-5 chicken bones (I never give him bones by the way) his vomit soon went from what looked like chicken pieces, to a yellow color, now it's foam. His vomiting continued all the way throughout the night. My dad suggested I give him some pepto and force some water with it so it could go down smooth. I did so and he seemed to be back to normal after a few minutes.
we do not feed any of the bad cat foods. the vomiting is strange... its more like just coming out rather that being retched up... and its alot of water... it does have some yellow in it... the kitty has also gained alot of weight in the last few months... and eats alot. other than these things the kitty is acting normal. the kitty has allergies to food and is on zd. he also takes prenisone off and on for it... he also has irritable bowel disease...
Now she is throwing up all night every night. First with a little food in it then bile and foam with horrible retching. It is soooo sad!! After reading about the issues with cerenia I am afraid to give it to her...not to mention I cannot afford it forever....8-( She has always 'burped up' her water after drinking a bit much since she was 6 weeks old. I read about the Ipecac but that is what they used to give kids to make them throw up (when necessary) so how does that work?
( 3days it's been foam and yellow acid :( try crackers and sip milk or water it's horrible man
just yesterday afternoon she started vomiting. it is a white foam and is slimey. there is nothing in it either. she will not eat and has to be administered water with a syringe because she will not drink on her own. shortly after being given water she vomits. she is spending most of her time hidden in areas out of sight and sleeps. she's normally very energetic and hyper. help!
Vomit is partially digested food with white foam. I feed him Iams lamb for sensitive stomaches. I tried withholding food for approxiately 10 hours and feeding him brown rice but within several hours of eating he vomits. Seems to have good energy and not in any pain. I read an article about trying clear liquids but I'm not sure what liquids to give him and how often and how much. Any suggestions?
I have an obese 8 year old siamese cat that underwent intestinal surgery last week for an obstruction. He ate my baby's bath toy- alphabet letter made of foam. The surgery went well as the foam was already in the colon and was "milked" out. I brought "George" home the next day due to the impending hurricane-IKE. George did well the first two days and then began vomiting bile. He was unable to eat, pass stool or keep anything down.
Always at the same time (7 am or about) - 1st thing after wake up on empty stomach. Mostly with yellish or light brownish foam and mostly with a few tiny splashes of blood. Went to vet about it a few times. Undergo a few cources of antibiotics. Sometimes it gave a relief for a couple monthes, sometimes - did not. In March all of a sudden it became much more frequent. We rushed to vet again. She prescribed 5 different medications, including 2 antibiotics. It did not help.
He smells so bad because of the constant vomiting and he is making our house smell rancid (people notice when they come in, very embarrassing.) My father has said that if we don't find anything that works by Nov. 30th 2010, that Copper will be put down on that date. And he is only 10! He is completely healthy otherwise and should not have to be put down as such an early age. Please please please help. You would literally be saving his life. Thank you!
The reason for the meal interlude is that vomiting and airway compromise after fainting are sometimes a problem. You want a clear tummy. These vasovagal fainting episodes may cause simple woosiness or complete loss of consciousness. Generally the loss of consciousness is not long. Between ten seconds and a minute. The treatment drill is to immediately ease the patient to the floor, feet elevated from seven to ten inches, and a slight pad placed under the shoulder blades.
I thought we would give it a try and for 8 solid weeks we were totally faithful to not letting my daughter brush her teeth with city water, no fluorine in her water OR what I cooked with... SHE SKIPPED AN EPISODE, and I thought I was brilliant. HOWEVER, this was the ONLY episode she has every skipped in 16 years. It came back 8 weeks after the skipped episode for only 12 hours instead of the typical 24... and then the next 8 weeks, came back in full force. I have never gotten it to skip again.
and experience morning coughing, hacking followed by severe bouts of vomiting and pain especially following drinking down a glass of water, I vomit until there is only foam and still feel the need to vomit. I do have Gerd's disease and my mother died from esophageal cancer. Why do I suffer evey morning even while on Prilosec therapy?
My daughter is two years old and this past Sunday she woke up vomiting. At the time we thought that most likely she had gotten into some bad food because her Father had picked her up a chicken tenders kids meal late that night when the place was about to close. Well she fell back to sleep that morning and when she woke back up she was fine. She was playing and running and laughing all day. She even rode a carousel! Well that night (Sunday)while she was sleeping she threw up again.
so i took him home and iv been giving him water from a syring but if i give him to much he pucks up a yellowy water substance and then foam. and he wont eat anything iv tried everything!! i need help please someone help!!!!!!!
I never had morning sickness with the first and with this one, still not too morning sickness but for the third time now I have had vomiting and diarrhea at the same time happening. I thought it had to do with what I was eating, because the first 2 times it happened after having fast food (which I rarely do anyways), but this last time it happened shortly after eating eggs, toast and fruit.
Today, he is vomiting clear liquid, foam, not eating. I take responsibility. I am worried about these hair-trigger responses to "sue the vet" or what ever care provider is invovled. Sometimes, it was our fault to begin with (hopefully, unintentionally) or just the way it had to be. Stop with the "SUE YOU" mentality already why don't you? And accept things as they are with some appreciation along the way. My cat is still sick.
I have a 7 week old Pit bull puppy that threw up white foam this morning and has been sleeping most of the day. He only gets up to drink some water and pee. His stool is loose and a bit on the yellow side. He has no appitite or energy. This came on suddenly as about 5am this mornign he was in my bed playing with me and he got down went to get some water and stared to spit up some foam. Please Help!!~!
It tastes terrible, but ONE slice of this bread per day not only stops the leg/foot cramps but even my feet burning is greatly reduced. The ingredients are Filtered Water, Brown Rice Flour, White Rice Flour, High Oleic Safflower Oil, Leavening (glucono-delta-lactone, sodium bicarbonate, calcium carbonate, magnesium carbonate & monocalcium phosphate), Methylcellulose, Sodium Carboxymethulcellulose, Salt, Orange Citrus Fiber. What do you make of this??? ...................................
Cats are experts at hiding an illness and sometimes the owner will only realize that there is an issue when the cat can’t walk or is vomiting white foam etc. It’s best to double check. One of my boys had diarrhea not long ago. The vet gave me a paste (I think it was probiotics) with some vitamins. I did the treatment which lasted just a week. BOOM! Diarrhea was all gone and hasn’t come back. It wasn’t expensive either. Good Luck!
For the past few days I have noticed that my puppy has vomited up yellow foam. I have also noticed that she does not want to eat much. My dog has never liked to eat dog food so we have been given her eggs, chicken, and other meats that we might have at meal times. When she does eat she tends to eat fast, but lately she does not want to eat these foods. She drinks water on a regular basis and goes to the washroom regularly everything looks normal. Should I take her to the vets?
I have been throwing up stomach acid with flecks, and strings of blood, also foam that is a pinkish red color. should I be concerned, I have acid reflux with a hiatal hernia and severe Gerd.
She keeps constantly whining and going to her water bowl to drink then throw up shortly after. It's almost entirely water that she is throwing up the rest is mucus/foam. She is still energetic and keeps trying to play with her toys. Anyone have any suggestions?
My dog has been vomiting white foam, sometimes food after just eating, and recently his pink tongue turned light purple. He has been vomiting and coughing for almost three weeks now. The Vet checked him and found nothing wrong but put him on Kennel Cough medicine which he just completed. He is now losing weight with all the same symptoms except the purple tongue is new. Today is almost back to normal but we kept him in the garage last night which may have been the difference.
Took a week of Vet prescribed Pepcid AC and a month of soft foods to heal inner lacerations from vomiting it up. Aprox 6 days ago began furball style constant retching. Some vomiting, contained food. No diarreah, no constipation. Usually pees a ton, noticed some decrease. Treated with Kittymalt for 3 days to treat suspected furball. Did not help. Over next 2 days (weekend, Vet not open) retching continued. Noticed food intake decreased sharply. Is usually a glutton.
can trigger regurgitation of foam or sometimes residue from upper stomach, but is not vomiting and usually doesn't include any food at all. Regularly in regurgitated foam or mucus a scatter of small mushy particles light tannish pink in color --- even when haven't eaten solid material for hours or days (often warm latte chai and yoghurt and soups are all I eat). Now lower abdomen is very tender two days now. WHAT OTHER POSSIBILITIES SHOULD I BE ASKING --- INSISTING --- MY DOCTOR LOOK INTO?
Sunday morning same thing as before, i get out of bed he would not get up I had to get him up and sit him down he walked around very weak, would not eat or drink, shaking, somewhat heavy breathing, took him back to vet this past monday he was majorly dehydrated they gave him 200 ml under skin water another diarrhea med and vomiting med, this time they did nothing last time h was on those the last episode he went home and ate and drank that same night, he hardly slept would just lay around with
He had an episode of vomiting twice 1 month ago , mainly water or foam and went to the vet who performed a urine test for infection but it was negative. The vomiting stopped after I changed his Royal Cannin K/D to Hills and what I believe in here is that he has stomach acid based on his CKD condition. Could I give him slippery elm bark? I have read that is very good for cats who have CKD as it will nourish the stomach. Would it be ok to give him this when he is also having Rubenal?
One of my cats is vomiting white foam. It has happened just once but because Abby has a history of vomiting white foam due to his liver disease, I am getting a bit anxious. None of my cats are showing signs of distress or lack of hunger or desire to eat. My parents are here, and Dillan is not very used to him and is a bit apprehensive; but that’s all. I’m not sure if that’s causing him to throw up like that. Abby is used to the presence of my parents and LOVES my dad.
By the 3rd time of him throwing up is was a red liquid with white foam. After this he started pooping on the floor, I then let him outside where he continues to poop and now it is straight diarrhea. I have him in my bathroom now, I have tried to get him to drink some water and he wont. My question is what is causing this, and What can I do to make him better?
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