First I should start by saying that my husband was in the Gulf war, and now ever since then he has been doing this, when he eats he throws up fluid, not his food, just fluid. He starts to belch and hiccup and then he throws up, he say its like there is an air bubble there, that wont move. He has had a scan put down his throat and they said they did not find anything wrong with him there, he has been on meds for acid reflux, they dont help at all, he does it mostly when he is stressed out, which is all the time, he also works in a shop, and that has alot of fumes all around him. thought maybe that was it. but he has changed jobs and even then he will get sick. he maintains weight , so the doctors dont think that too much is wrong with him, thishas been going on for 12 years now and I need some help, PLEASE.:(Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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