Vomiting symptoms of ibs

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Avatar f tn I would guess that mass quantities of beer could cause your symptoms so if it were me, I would stop drinking and drink lots of water instead to flush out anything that might be irritating the gut. Maybe you ate something that was bad and have a mild case of gastroenteritis. I had a bad case of that a few years ago and I had extremely painful cramps, diarrhea, and vomiting for about 10 hours.
Avatar f tn For a couple of weeks i have been experiencing backaches, cramps, and it takes a very long time for me to fall asleep. I am 17. A couple of days ago, I was asleep then awaken by a pain in my stomach, then i went back to sleep. The next day (or maybe he same day don't remember) I rushed to the restroom, and I couldn't go at first then i threw up. After that i had diarrhea.
Avatar m tn I recently tried Librax which seemed to help a bit, but prefer not to take the Lithium derivative as it could be very addictive. I tend to have serious bouts of IBS, mainly vomitiing, always around the evening, which coincides with serotonin levels being lower. I found that having a meal in the day is fine, but when I have diner, it's back up faster than it went down. Could there be a link? If so, how would one try to resolve this.
5553333 tn?1369944648 If all the tests to rule out other disorders are done and found to be negative, then the diagnosis of IBS is made. IBS is diagnosed when a person has abdominal pain or discomfort at least three times per month for the last 3 months without other disease or injury that could explain the pain. The pain of IBS may occur with a change in stool frequency and may be relieved by a bowel movement. For now you can wait and watch and monitor your symptoms.
1701959 tn?1488555141 Well, without a detailed clinical evaluation it would be difficult to determine the cause of your symptoms. While the blood in stools could result from the haemorrhoid, possible causes of the gurgling/ diarrhoea that may need to be considered include dietary causes, malsorption syndromes, chronic GI infection, parasitic infestations, GI inflammation, GI motility issues, IBS, micronutrient deficiencies, hormonal/ endocrine imbalance etc.
Avatar n tn 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.
Avatar m tn Has anyone else been in this situation? I'm glad to see I'm not alone in having nausea be part of my symptoms because two of the docs I saw seemed to think that was weird.
728221 tn?1231267644 Irritable bowel syndrome can be a very difficult diagnosis to make. IBS is called a diagnosis of exclusion, which means that a doctor considers many other alternatives first, perhaps performing tests to rule out other problems. Treatment includes addition of more fiber in your diet,cessation of smoking and taking stress,antispasmodic medicines,antidiarrheal medicines,antidepressants and new medicines like Alosetron (Lotronex) and Tegaserod (Zelnorm).
Avatar m tn Hi guys, about two weeks ago i had a random, moderately intense bout of diarrhea that subsided in a day or two with all its symptoms. i took some ammodium the next night and within a couple of days i was fine. However, id say around last monday or tuesday i started feeling really bloated (which was usually gas) and having stools that werent exactly loose but they were certainly not your normal stool movements (small and thin) and i would have to go multiple times a day (upwards of 6).
Avatar f tn hi i recently had a ibs attack a couple of weeks ago i had severe pain and nausea and vomiting what can i do to prevent it from happining ive tried everything i could think of
Avatar f tn I have been ill for over five months now. My symptoms started out with foul "dead corpse like" gas (60+ times a day!!!), bloating (I can literally watch my abdomen move with the bubbles), extreme fatigue, and change in bowel movements. Bowels went from normal and daily to coming once every 5 days and with a greasy consistency. Once every two weeks or so I would either throw up or have severe nausea. If I threw up the symptoms disappeared for about a week.
Avatar f tn The pain is starting to settle down again, but it might be coming back in December or January because that is when it has always come back. With the pain come nausea/vomiting, diarrhea to constipation, night sweats and cold chills, an overall sensation that something is not right. My symptoms eventually get worse then start relieving over a month’s span sometimes longer.
Avatar n tn He has a lot of severe headaches in the back of his head and a lot of neck pain and occaisionally trouble swallowing. These things seem to be getting worse lately and I remembered the "incidental" finding and decided to investigate further. Any opinions?
Avatar n tn and stress of course can flare IBS symptoms as well, making it difficult to say which is the actual cause. As for pain, when I get it it's focused in my epigastric area and radiates to the URQ of my abdomen. I've been tested for gallbladder issues, gastric emptying and have had endoscopies, colonoscopy and biopsys done so I know it's not any of those that cause the URQ pain.
Avatar n tn Take over the counter antacid and antiemetic (this SOS for vomiting). Watch out for a day or two with this treatment. If still the symptoms persist, then you may need an antibiotic for the gut and would need to see a doctor. If after the antibiotic course too the symptoms persist, then there is a chance that you have developed either IBS or some food intolerance. In that case you would need to consult a gastroenterologist. Please go through as advised.
Avatar n tn is their a connection that we both now end up with ibs type symptoms -who knows he has been through a lot of tests to rule out more serious disorders and while though stressful there must be assurance there. it is possible that maybe he got a virus of some sort and it has just scarred his gut track so to speak.
1034192 tn?1445513384 Problems of gall bladder and liver or that of pancreas too cannot be ignored. A number of times a gastroenterologist is able to diagnose these conditions by clinical examination and detailed medical history. At other times a few tests are conducted. Blood tests to rule out anemia, stool test to look for white blood cells, sigmoidoscopy, colonoscopy etc are used to diagnose ulcerative colitis. Braium meal and follow through, endoscopy etc are done to rule out GERD, Crohn’s disease etc.
Avatar n tn Then about 10 minutes after that I started vomiting and couldn't control either end of me. Finally after 2 hours of completely emptying my system out I drove to the ER again. They did a cat scan and they said it looked severe like Crohn's disease, so they wanted to do tests. Well after a liquid diet in the hospital they did a colonoscopy. The test came back normal, and they did a small bowel follow through, that came back normal. They didn't do a stool sample though.
Avatar f tn I am a 22 yr old F, and for the past yr I ahve had 3 episodes of random vomiting, and nausua, and pain in the abdomen. It started orignally with just vomiting and pain on the right side. I had every test that they could think of, they thoguht it was my appendix, checked that it was fine, gallbaldder, that was find, kidneys that was fine. So after a few weeks it all went away and I was ok. Then a few months later, I wasn't feeling well and I got sick again.
Avatar m tn But if you have had the symptoms described for long its unlikely to be colon cancer, as you would have associated symptoms like loss of appetite, loss of weight and malaise. So, dont worry and with IBS you will not have loss of appetite, loss of weight, vomiting or blood in stool. So, most probably your symptoms could be due to IBS. And the sensation of incomplete defecation can occur with IBS. Take care.
Avatar m tn There are a lot of symptoms of IBS but mine fluctuate between loose stools and constipation. There should not be blood in your stools, I hope that is due to the hemroids!
Avatar f tn If all the tests to rule out other disorders are done and found to be negative, then the diagnosis of IBS is made. IBS with diarrhea (IBS-D) has loose or watery stools at least 25 percent of the time; hard or lumpy stools less than 25 percent of the time. Try eating smaller meals or smaller portions. Eating meals that are low in fat and high in carbohydrates, such as pasta, rice, whole-grain breads and cereals, fruits, and vegetables, may help.
Avatar n tn Have Pancreatic Cancer patients ever described histories of IBS or extreme pain in the intestinal tract after eating fatty (or any type of intolerable foods)?
Avatar m tn BE often leads to symptoms of heartburn. However, many patients with this condition do not have symptoms. Sounds like acid reflux..
Avatar n tn I now have diarrhea at least once a day, I always feel bloated and I now am having some nausea (NO vomiting), and I have had a sensation of a lump in my throat from about a week now. On top of that I have had a dull aching in my testicles that comes and goes as well. Do I have cancer, or could this just be IBS as well. I currently only take OTC meds for acid reflux and I take pepto bismol. Any help would be great! Thanks in advance.
Avatar f tn The antimotility medicine loperamide is usually recommended for IBS-related diarrhea. Loperamide works by slowing contractions of muscles in the bowel. Please discuss this with your doctor am sure he will provide further assistance. Hope this helped and do keep us posted.