I throw up all the time and I don't know why. I am not pregnant(I'm a virgin) and I do not have an eating disorder. Not every time I eat but at least once or twice a day. It started about 3 or 4 months ago that I started to feel sick after I would eat. I thought it might be my gallbladder because my two sisters and mother had theirs removed, but I don't have the other indicators that that's what it is. I don't have acid indigestion, or heart burn and I never really get sick besides to my stomach. I have a great immune system so I am confused as to why I feel nauseous. I have been a vegetarian for 5 years and I have never had a problem with this diet. I don't have any health insurance to go to the doctors, in fact I have not seen a doctor in about 5 years. Any ideas as to what might be bothering me?
Without you being examined by a doctor and having the family history you described, it could be any number of things. Have you ever heard of gastric reflux? It is when there is to much acid in the stomach causing it to revert up from the stomach to the throat, thus forcing you to vomit. You could have an ulcer, there could be an inflamation in the intestines, you really do need to see a professional and see if you can work out a payment plan, your health is to important to wait another 5 years before seeing a doctor.
P. S. you can also call any doctor office, explain your symptoms and see if you can get any ideas. Any pharmacist should be able to recommend something as well.
Before my gallbladder went haywire all together-I had the nausea and vomiting off and on..When the gallbladder finally began in earnest I thought I was having a heart attack it hurt so bad..I went to the ER and was admitted..I was put on 24 hr antibiotic and pain meds before they would operate..
I know you said you don''t have insurance but there are clinics out there in most places.Go online and look around see if there are any free clinics near you..Call the ER and ask let them know your situation and ask as most hospitals have to take you and at least get you stable before they can release you..
It definetly sounds like you need to be seen by someone..k
gastric reflux is not to much acid in your stomach actually most people with gastric reflux have low levels of HCL or stomach acid gastric relux is when the LES or lower esophagus sphincter is weak and allows stomach contents to go the wrong way people with gastric reflux often have persistant heartburn, belching, chest pain, vomiting, bloating, chronic cough(because the stomach contains sometimes get into the lungs causing irratation)and sore throat