Hi!!!

About a month or so ago, I started vomiting like clockwork. It would not be every day, maybe once or twice a week, on the same day. It did stop for about a month, and it started back up again a little over a week ago. I do not have a fever, pain, or any type of discomfort. I have been on birth control for going on 3 months now, and was thinking this could be what is making me vomit. I am also on iron pills and injections, probably since September/ October 2008. I take my birth control pill each morning around 7a.m. I do not get sick until after I eat something. Yesterday and today have been the worst because I am unable to hold anything down. I am trying to lose weight, but I am not so weight conscious to where I am trying to lose my food right after I eat it. I eat healthy enough to where I am not trying to curve what I eat. I am on a gluten free diet, so the foods I eat are not necessarily bad for me anyway.

I will be calling my doctor tomorrow morning, but just wanted to see if I could get some advice while waiting on my appointment.

Thanks in advance!
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replied March 24th, 2009
occasional vomiting
how quickly after you eat do you vomit? and is it painful or more like a burp, where food come s up - because that has been happening to me for a while, and i keep thinking there is something wrong with my esophagus.
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replied March 27th, 2010
hii i started having the same problem about two years ago. This was funny enough when i first started to lose weight although i have noticed that it happenes evry year around the summertime. Anyhow i have the smae symtoms and as i am not really a doctor person i alwways never find the tie to get it cheked out. what was wrong with you brbdll??
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