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What is wrong with me?

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • March 20, 2012
  • 07:00 AM

I have been vomiting intermittently for six months now, usually twice a week and often in the mornings.
For the past two months I have been feeling weak and occasionally dizzy and light headed.

I went for a gastroscopy to find the cause of the vomiting but no irregularities were found.

My doctor doesn't know what is wrong with me and has now referred me to an ear, nose and throat specialist...
I can't imagine how a problem in my ears can cause this...

Anyone have any ideas what could be wring with me?

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  • The first thing to remember is DON'T PANIC. Vomiting is usually not dangerous and only rarely results in significant dehydration. Keep in mind it usually takes at least 12 hours of severe vomiting to make a significantly dehydrated.
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