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I have to vomit every time I eat.

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • April 13, 2014
  • 04:04 AM

I have to vomit less than an hour after I eat nearly every meal. I don't want to but the food comes back up my esophagus and just sits there, I can swallow it back down, but it just comes back. The only thing I can do is open the back of my throat and let all of the food slide out. I don't think it's acid reflux or anything, because it doesn't burn, it's just the food. It's been happening for about the last month, and I don't know if it's something that will pass or something I should address. If any of you have had and similar symptoms and have been diagnosed with something, could you let me know? I plan on going to the doctor, but can't just yet.

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  • yea its been 4 days with no food in my system i know because i can eat 1/4 a slice of toast no butter no jam and 10-45 mins later its coming up i have absolutely no problem keeping fluids down though. iv'e lost 7 pounds so far and dropping fast. also be noted that i have no hunger pains and no pains from a stomach virus. one more thing iv'e had my gal bladder removed when i was 14 because of genetics my mother and her father had it removed as well. iv'e had no problems since tho.
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  • Did you ever get it figured out? My friend has the same problem and no answers from doctors.
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