How to induce vomiting?

Jun 25
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How to induce vomiting?
I ate some bad sushi last night and now I have the worst case of food poisoning in my life. How can I induce vomiting to make myself feel better? Also how can I deal with these cramps from my waist down?

Answer by bluebellbkk
Mix a tablespoon of salt into a pint of room temperature water, and gulp some down. Be prepared …

The cramps won’t go till after all the bad sushi has left your system. Get yourself a heated pad to hold against your stomach, and keep warm.

Answer by jannsody
I’m sorry that you’re feeling so sick. If you have diarrhea or have been vomiting earlier, please know that dehydration is a risk. With regard to the symptoms of food poisoning (“the runs” and/or vomiting), and if you feel weak or lightheaded, please either ask someone to drive you to the nearest emergency room or call 9-1-1 as you may need I.V. (intravenous) fluids due to the dehydration.

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Laparoscopy?

Jun 25
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Laparoscopy?
Hi all my age is 24 and recently had a baby .Last week i had gone through Laparoscopy for gallstone.Does anyone gone throught this surgery if u have gone through did u face the following peoblems:
——>Nausea
——>Gas Pain
——>Blood in stool(Dried and brown)
——>Slight Fatigue
Iam scared if these are the colon cancer symptoms or just common problems?I took a doctor appointment but it is so far that i cannot wait till sept 10th and not that serious to go for emergency .If someone have any suggestions plz give me.

Answer by peppernala
I had my gallbladder removed last June. I had nausea, gas pain (especially in my shoulders), and some fatigue. After a few days I was walking around and was fine. You should be fine, but seeing a doctor is always a good idea. I was 30 when I had my surgery and it was laparoscopic.

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I have had Hepatitis C for 17 years. Would smoking Marijuana in moderation be bad on my liver?

Jun 25
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I have had Hepatitis C for 17 years. Would smoking Marijuana in moderation be bad on my liver?
I no longer use any drugs except Marijuana and I only smoke a small amount 2 or 3 times a week. It seems to relieve some of the symptoms caused by Hepatitis C such as fatigue, nausea, body aches, and depression.

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Ive been feeling tired and having headaches for the last 2-3 weeks?

Jun 25
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Ive been feeling tired and having headaches for the last 2-3 weeks?
Im 14 male and ive been physically and mentally tired for the last 2-3 weeks. Ive been getting headaches regurally they arnt intense or anything and they last from 10 mins to up to an hour. Ive been getting enough sleep and eating right foods so what do u think is wrong and what do u think i should do

Answer by Rosy
Maybe be you need glasses and need a check up for glasses, that is how I started, do you eat a lot of chocolate or drinks with caffeine in , if so stop now

Answer by Blessing
Ahh take antibiotics or painkillers

Answer by Susan Yarrawonga
Fatigue often triggers off further problems such as headaches, migraines, dizziness, lightheadedness, shakiness and nausea.

To combat fatigue perhaps the energy vitamin B12 can help or a vitamin B complex. Coenzyme Q10 can also help to boost your energy level as in http://au.search.yahoo.com/search?p=%22coenzyme+q10+for+energy%22&fr=ush-ans The super food Spirulina is another good energy booster.

One of the most common fatigue causes is anxiety which is a state of fear of real or imagined danger, which is manifested as increased heart rate, trembling, panic, weakness, extreme fatigue and stomach or intestinal discomfort.

Besides anxiety there are many other common fatigue causes such as insufficient sleep, too much sleep, under eating, thyroid problems or other illnesses (such as anemia, mononucleosis, CFS, glandular fever and many others), side effects from medication, dehydration, overexertion, an unhealthy diet and other causes as discussed in http://au.search.yahoo.com/search?p=%22common+fatigue+causes%22&fr=ush-ans

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Stomach cramps, nausea and dizziness?

Jun 24
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Stomach cramps, nausea and dizziness?
For the past few days I have been feeling light headed and dizzy. I also have been having stomach cramps on and off and feeling constantly nauseas?
I’m 18, female. Average height and weight…
Any ideas?

Answer by Daniel
The stomach cramps, nausea and dizziness could be due to a generalised illness like the flu, or gastritis.

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Can changing my diet cause nauseas?

Jun 24
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Can changing my diet cause nauseas?
Hi, I’m a college student so I haven’t been eating very healthy. I ate a bunch of fast food, microwaveable, pizza, cereal (not the healthy ones), candy (chocolate)..etc. So finally I started going to the gym and I’ve been eating very healthy for about a week. I’m watching my calorie intake, I’m eating fibers, proteins, cranberry juice, apple juice, fruits, white chicken, salads, nothing with too much sodium, and of course, I’m exercising. But I’ve had nauseas for the past 3-4 days, it feels like I’m going to throw up but I don’t. Could it be possible changing my diet to a healthy one is causing this? I’m also getting headaches…I mean I know there could be a bunch of factors causing me headaches (stress etc. though I am not stressed). but I’m just wondering if changing to a healthy diet can cause these nauseas? Thank you :)
Edit: Haha I’m not pregnant XD Thank you though. Made me laugh.

Answer by Hello Kitten
I wouldn’t think that it would. Could you be pregnant?

Answer by White Dove
dont think so

Answer by Maybe I’m Dreaming.
You might not be eating enough, or your exercising your body too hard. Your body isn’t use to exercising & eating healthy & when you suddenly jump into hardcore dieting all of a sudden, your body takes a while to adjust to it. Make sure you’re eating about 1200 – 1500 calories a day, & exercise for about 30 minutes. Listen to your body, if you need to take a break, take one. Sounds like you might be burning yourself out too quickly. I know I always get headaches & nausea when I don’t eat enough, & keep in mind that you’re exercising a lot too, which means your burning extra calories, & you’ll end up hungrier. I’m not sure how often you’re eating, but try eating five smaller meals a day instead of three big ones. Separate them into portions of about 300 – 500 calories each, & that way you won’t be so hungry, & hopefully not so nauseas.

Good luck with your weight loss! (:

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Can you get headaches from taking Zinc?

Jun 24
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Can you get headaches from taking Zinc?
I started taking 30mg of Zinc last week and I seem to be getting bad headaches. Any info please

Answer by Sway
no i take zinc tablets everyday and have no problems

Answer by shadow
sure

Answer by Chelsea
Its rare but yes. Try stopping the Zinc for a few days(5-7) and see if the headaches stop.

Answer by VinceYoung
everyones body is different..your body may already produce enough zinc

Answer by Janet S
Is it pure zinc? You might be reacting to flavorings, artificial color or other things in the supplement. 30mg is the recommended amount but you could be out of balance. Copper is essential for using zinc and vice-versa. You need 3mg daily.

I’ve checked several (internet) sources for symptoms of overdosing with zinc and headache was not found anywhere. Rare—With large doses:
Chills; continuing ulcers or sores in mouth or throat; fever; heartburn; indigestion; nausea; sore throat; unusual tiredness or weakness

Symptoms of overdose:
Chest pain; dizziness; fainting; shortness of breath; vomiting; yellow eyes or skin

If it were me, I would stop the supplement for a few days and see if the headaches disappear. Meanwhile, look at other causes: eyestrain, sinus inflammation or infection, tension, high blood pressure, food allergy.

Answer by Susan Yarrawonga
30 mg of zinc a day is not a problem but 50 mg a day is perhaps a bit much. 80 mg a day is far too much and could be regarded as an overdose.

It is highly unlikely that your headaches are caused by your zinc intake as you are not even halfway to the toxic dose. Must be just a coincidence that your headaches started after you started taking zinc. There are numerous causes of headaches and 30 mg of zinc a day is highly unlikely to be one of them.

Answer by TATERS
I tried taking supplemental zinc at least 3 times in the past year, and the dose was 30 mg. This was in addition to the 15 mg in my Centrum daily vitamin. Each time I tried this 30 mg dose the tension-type migrane headaches began about 2 hours after taking. I never get headaches of any type, so I do attribute this to the additional 30 mg. of zinc. Nothing else was changed except taking the zinc. So for me, the 15 mg. daily in my multivitamin is sufficient, and I will NEVER take the higher dose again. I am aware that solid data is not available which indicates that zinc causes tension headaches. But I have concluded that, in my case, it is a NO-NO. Three times is sufficient for me to make this determination.

Answer by JonH
Every single time I take a zinc supplement (50mg) I get a headache 15 minutes later that lasts for about 20 min…it is entirely reproducible…seems better if I take it with food which probably helps slow absorption

Answer by jumpinjack
Dr. Weil has “Headaches” as one of the side effects of taking too much zinc:

http://www.drweil.com/drw/u/ART02869/zinc.html

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Vomiting, diarrhea and horrible body ache?

Jun 23
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Vomiting, diarrhea and horrible body ache?
Last night I had a bad stomache ache. Took a nap and when I woke up I was vomiting, I had diarrhea..and now this horrible body ache..It feels like Ive been used as a punching bag..Im feeling like a radiating pain ALL OVER MY BODY…I understand the vomiting and diarrhea but what causes the horrific body ache?..Thank you guys..Have a blessed day

Answer by Maria
You might have the SWINE FLU (H1N1) those are all symptoms of swine flu. Hope you get better. if your not better in about 2 days. Go see a doctor, they’ll help! Hope this helps.

Answer by matthew b
Could be a few things like flu, virus, food poisioning or one of these stomach bugs going around.

Suggest you have loads of fluids.

By the way doby ache suggests flu.

Answer by skin
It could be the flu. Due you vomit everytime you eat or drink anything? If yes, I’d say food poisoning. When you have food poisoning you cannot keep anything down. But with the body aches, I’d most likely think the flu. The most important thing is to keep yourself hydrated with plenty of fluids, and if you have a temperature for more than three days, you should go in and be seen by your doctor. I hope you feel better soon.

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Aching arms and legs, headache, dizziness?

Jun 23
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Aching arms and legs, headache, dizziness?
I usually look at the Internet at my symptoms and get myself worked up thinking I’m going to die lol. It could just be nothing but here are the full symptoms:

Headaches
Aching in both arms (they also feel quite weak)
Aching in legs
Nausea at times
Dizziness
Fatigue (but that’s probably from lack of sleep)

ALSO I don’t know if it’s relevant but I have quite big bites on my legs and a lot of them at that. I have a dog so it may be just fleas but they are bigger bites than normal. I had them about 2-3 weeks ago.

Any help would be really appreciated

Answer by tagboy
How about bed bugs.

Answer by Mieren
The bug bites aren’t related to the problem.

You probably have the flu. Body aches are often the first symptom. If you caught the H3N2 strain that’s been going around, you’re going to have a really bad week or two. In the next few days, you can expect a bad cough, severe headaches, even worse muscle and joint pain, vertigo, nausea, and pink eye. The congestion will not clear up no matter what you take, but Sudafed and Robitussin DM will decrease the pain. Aspirin helps a lot with the body aches and even a little for the headache. Get some Halls cough drops to open up your sinuses a bit further. The honey lemon one has more menthol than the other flavors, and thus works better. You can ignore the limit stated on the back of the bag. They’re basically menthol and sugar, so unless you have a problem with menthol, you can suck down as many as you want. The worst that can happen is an upset stomach. Get an throat spray that contains phenol, because your throat is going to become incredibly painful and you’ll want to numb it. Even though you’re not going to be hungry, try to eat at least a little bit of food and plenty of water. If it causes nausea, try to tough it out. After about a half hour, that will stop and you’ll feel a little better.

I caught the H3N2 flu and was out of commission for two weeks. I lost almost 20 pounds. Half of that was dehydration and came right back, but the other half was burned for energy. Losing almost a pound a day should tell you just how bad it is.

If it’s not the flu, get a shot immediately. Make sure your friends and family to do the same thing.

Answer by Wulfgar
Hi there: You really should treat your dog. To many flea bites can be bad for you. Then clean your bed as well. You have a fine day.

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Is it possible…..?

Jun 23
Posted by admin Filed in Nausea Tiredness
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Is it possible…..?
to get high off of Trazodone?? its a RX anti depressant. My friend insists he is getting high but I think its just the side effects.

Answer by Shai S
Its the side effects… No high at all. However, it does make u drowsy.

Answer by greengrass44444
many anti depressants can give you a high feeling some on the drowsy side some on the speed side but the side effects that they produce dont make it worth it to take them if all you want out of them is to get high .you might as well smoke pot its safer if its recreation you r looking for.

Answer by Eden*
perhaps he’s actually ‘agitated’? I used trazodone for several years, it was prescribed for me to combat insomnia and I took it with efexor. I didn’t experience any side effects but I know ‘agitation’ is listed as one

The most commonly noted side effects associated with trazodone are nausea, dizziness, insomnia, agitation, tiredness, dry mouth, constipation, lightheadedness, headache, low blood pressure, blurred vision, and confusion.

Priapism (including clitoral priapism in women), a painful condition in which the penis (or clitoris) remains in an erect position, has been reported in patients receiving trazodone. Priapism occasionally results in permanent impairment of erectile function or impotence. Patients should be warned of the possibility of priapism and told to discontinue the drug at once and consult with their physician if this reaction occurs. Trazodone also may affect ejaculation, orgasm and libido.

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