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Almost 2 month of vomiting but nothing helps.

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • June 9, 2011
  • 02:43 AM

I've been throwing up for almost everyday the last 2 month, on some days, even up to 4/5 times. Every morning i will throw up gastric juices (yellow in colour) and release alot of air. I also get stomach cramps everyday, not to mention being very bloated (i look like 5 months pregnant when i used to have a flat tummy!!!!!! ) I feel very weak and my school work is affected so much i'm nearly getting expelled. Most of the time i will vomit after i eat, but if i don't eat my gastric problems get really bad and i will feel even more bloated. After i eat i feel really nauseated and queasy, worse if there is any smell in the air.

Everyday i'm almost eating only chinese white rice, steamed egg and non-leafy vegetables. I cannot even eat carrots, or eat fruits because i will throw up. (i drank papaya juice and i threw up from evening to night :( )

Help anyone? Is this IBS? I consulted a few doctors but non of them think it's serious. Anti-flatulence medicines and antacids make me feel worse. Even constipation pills worsen my stomach cramps.

Btw, i have had stomach flu before this and i spread to my boyfriend twice already. Is it prolonged stomach flu? Is there such a thing? :(

PLEASE HELP ME!! I really need advice! :(

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  • been vomiting for the last 6 months everyday all day, have history of IBS with constipation but this is different, not digesting foods, so there is yellow juices and then what ever food I tried to eat, even and mushy food come out the same as it went in, having many testing done this month, weight loss has been extreme and the pain with food hitting the stomach is unbearable, dr are starting to just focus on the constipation, cant get them to realize I can deal with that but this is new, help???
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