You need to go to the ER as soon as possible to be sure you are not having a stroke or heart attack. I am not trying to frighten you and it could well be an anxiety attack (they can sure feel like a heart attack.) There could be other reasons for this such as an irritated colon, twisted bowel, etc. Let the specialists in the hospital do their thing.
SymptomsVomiting and nausea, diarrheaHeadachesDifficulty breathingPallorSweatingPalpitationsLispsStomachpains/crampsSeizuresWeaknessDrooling
Consuming less than 10 uncooked pokeweed berries is generally not deadly to an adult. But it can cause sever stomach cramping, vomiting, diarrhea, dizziness, difficulty breathing, spasms, convulsions, and if too many are consumed even death.
No. The side effects are: Seek medical help right away if you have hives; difficulty breathing; swelling of your face, lips, tongue, or throat. Less serious side effects are: stomach pain, gas, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea or headache
you may possibly get confusion, difficulty breathing,dizziness, ringing in the ears, seizures (convulsions), skin rash, stomach pains, unusual bleeding or bruising, red or purple spots on skin, vomiting blood or what looks like coffe grounds
Yes, I had it. Count on vomiting for 7 hours followed by 2+ days of diarrhea.
Vomiting (regurgitation) is a reflex action when foods or other materials cannot be processed by the stomach. This can be because of alcohol or other chemicals that cannot be passed out of the stomach, food that has difficulty digesting, or a major irritation to the stomach lining. Some vomiting is associated with nausea, which may not be related to stomach problems but instead to other conditions (dizziness, fever) that could prevent the proper digestive process. Seasickness, "morning sickness", and chemotherapy nausea are common forms of this type of vomiting.
If you breathe too hard or fast air will go into the stomach, (gastric distention), & may cause vomiting.
If you sometimes have difficulty breathing and get pains in the chest, head, and stomach, you should see a cardiologist and a pulmonologist to get a proper diagnosis.
Stomach breathing is not actually breathing into your stomach. It is breathing as a result of activating your diaphragm - which sits just above your stomach and pushes on your stomach when its pulling air. Diaphragm breathing is deeper breathing and it's where you pull more air into your lungs. Once the deeper parts of your lungs are filled, the air fills the upper part of your lungs in your chest...
Botulism affects many body parts because it can cause blurred vision, weak muscles, stomach cramping, nausea, and difficulty of breathing.
Vomiting, upset stomach.
No ! I made that mistake , you should not exercise after vomiting as it causes nausea and stomach cramps.
abdominal pain, worse after eating, relieved by vomiting nausea, vomiting
Bulimics starve themselves for a time, then binge on huge quantities followed by self-induced vomiting. The acid from their vomiting eventually erodes/eats the enamel on their teeth, their gums and their esophagus. Fatal bleeding can result from this.
Symptoms of a cramping stomach and vomiting when having a bowel movement should be addressed by a physician. This may be a stomach virus or it may have a more serious meaning and should be evaluated.
Is often called the dry heaves.
You will get stomach aches and start vomiting
stomach bug. truly horrible.
Food can not be digested by stomach if acid is not there the result is vomiting and weakness and finally.....
My stomach is hurting really bad what can I do about
Common side effects: Nausea, vomiting, consitipation, lightheadedness, dizziness, drowsiness, headache. Unlikely but serious side effects: Mental/mood changes (such as agitation, confusion, hallucinations), severe stomach/abdominal pain, difficulty urinating. Rare but serious side effects: fainting, seizure, slow/shallow breathing, unusual drowsiness/difficulty waking up. Rare but serious Allergic reactions: rash, itching/swelling (especially of the face/tongue/throat), severe dizziness, trouble breathing. I've dealt with a number of these side effects, I hope this helps. ~B.C.