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He started by vomiting this morning. He has diareah a severe headache and mentioned upper back pain. He started crying and yelling loudly 30 minutes ago because his head hurt so bad. Earlier he had chills. He also has light sensitivity and is sweating I think. I am in Thailand where the food gets us sick. he has Not eaten since yesterday except for a yogurt.drinking too much water made him throw up he said. I just gave him one Ibeprophen tablet. I don't normally take or give medicine so It was scary to give. What should I do? What do you think this is? He is keeping himself covered in a blanket and the air is off. It's rather warm in the room.
Hi everyone, I'm hoping someone has some experience with this and can shed some light. I have an extreme fear of throwing up and will do just about anything to avoid it. Several days ago I was diagnosed with a UTI and prescribed Microbid (an antibiotic) to help with this. I have been unable to take it because a common side effect is nausea. Of course I have been obsessing online reading every review possible about this antibiotic and there is a handful of people who vomit on this medication. I know I need to take my prescription so that the infection doesn't spread to my kidneys but I just can't come to terms with the nausea which will in turn send my anxiety into overdrive. Your experiences and encouragement are GREATLY appreciated.
Hi everyone, does anyone else have a symptom of extreme nausea or vomiting triggered by anxiety? Long story short, I was diagnosed with GAD with Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome last summer. Everytime I would get anxious about something, which was all the time, I would either get extremely nauseous (if the threat wasn't perceived high) or just begun vomiting for hours non-stop. I found and began yoga that summer after months of depression, hopelessness, extreme loss of weight & appetite, insomnia, poor concentration, and panic attacks often on top of the constant vomiting. My GP and I couldn't find a medication that I could keep down, and of course, all the physical exams came back normal. Yoga, mindfulness and finding a part time job at a mental health organization for severe mental illness helped me along in my recovery, and months later, I now work full time, teach yoga once a week, and vomit only once every 2 weeks or so, and it stops after one "session" instead of hours, so I can usually get on with my day (a few breath mints later). Until a few weeks ago. Stress is up at work I know, and the holidays is definitely triggering past events. I've been able to handle my symptoms pretty well in the past year, but when I start vomiting, I can't stop feeling like crap, I can't stop worrying if I'll puke again because my body is in such nauseous pain. The extreme nausea makes me want to puke to get the pain over with, but now the nausea and vomiting won't go away. The vomiting has started disrupting my life again, and I'm now starting to get feelings of hopelessness that this anxious vomiting is going to stop me from doing everything I love to do (I've puked in the middle of me teaching yoga classes... Not very impressive to the boss). anyway that wasn't so short so long story long, I want to kick this in the butt. I just don't know how to stop something so physical with my brain. Help?