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    Default Always vomiting, gross I know.

    SO this is a long shot but I'm worried. Ever since I was little I always had kidney infections that made me have gastro like symptoms. I am always having "gastro" now though it's no longer kidney related. I'm OVER IT. It has developed into a phobia of being sick now. Its taking over my every thought. Sometimes it's just one vomit and then others it's for 12-24 hours! It happens every couple of months.

    ANYONE else experienced this?

    :-( I wish I knew how to fix this.

    Also I'm allergic to some preservatives so it could be an allergic reaction?

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    Default Always vomiting, gross I know.

    My mum has something called cyclic vomiting syndrome. Could be that?

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    Default Always vomiting, gross I know.

    Wow that's absolutely terrible! I pray it's not, sounds very familiar. Your poor mum. How does she handle it?

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    Default Always vomiting, gross I know.

    Not too bad, actually she's happier since she got the diagnosis because she now knows what it is. We sounds similar to you, sometimes it's just a one-off, other times she'll vomit for 12 hours. Awful. But it's 'harmless' so to speak and she knows it'll be over soon, and she's not contagious so I think that helps her get through!

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    I'd definitely be talking to your GP, it could be a number of things, but definitely worth getting checked out.

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    Default Always vomiting, gross I know.

    Go to your GP. Could be food intolerances or a million other things but you should get it checked out. It may very well be someone which is easily fixed!

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    Default Always vomiting, gross I know.

    Been avoiding the GP but will be making an appointment. Thanks girls.

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    Default Always vomiting, gross I know.

    Definitely see a dr Hun it's not normal, perhaps it's a food intolerance??


 

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