Vomiting[Emesis] is one of the most common ailments associated with gastrology. Vomiting is the forceful emptying of stomach contents through mouth or nose. A pressure is impelled by stomach causing food intakes to come out. The possible reasons can be pregnancy, food poisoning, overeating, over intake of alcohol, head injuries, gastritis, etc.

If vomiting has started, never consume anything for some time. It is advised to

  • Avoid heavy meals

  • Take ORS solution

  • Avoid doing any vigorous activity after vomiting

  • Try bowel friendly food with ginger, cloves or fennel

  • Perform deep breathing

  • Consume food, beverages slowly

Vomiting is common in humans and its causes can vary depending upon age. If the vomiting has started shortly after food intake, then it may be the cause of food poisoning, bulimia or gastritis. In this case, there will be vomiting and diarrhea. Vomiting is an early symptom of pregnancy. Vomiting is also associated with nausea. Other causes can be

  • Emotional Stress

  • Reaction to any medication

  • Stomach line inflammation

  • Fever

  • Stomach flu or infection

  • Gallbladder disease

  • Over intake of alcohol

Since vomiting is the forceful emptying of the stomach with pressure, the body may get weak. The person with intense vomiting feels tired. Food poisoning is the main cause of vomiting from a viral infection or stomach flu. If the weakness persists, it is advised to consult a doctor and get proper medication.

If diarrhea, nausea and vomiting continue more than a day in an adult then it is advised to consult a doctor. As vomiting is an early symptom of pregnancy in women, consulting a gynecologist is preferred. If you have found blood in the vomited content then immediately seek medical attention.

It is advised not to drink or have anything for some hours after vomiting but you must drink more water. Avoid taking milk and juices rich in citric acid. You can even suck ice cubes every 15 minutes to control dehydration for about 3-4 hours.

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