The stomach flu is dreaded and most of the time you have no warning before it hits. So what do you do when a child has the stomach flu? It came around because of a child we had w ith stomach issues. During that time, we reached a professional level at handling throw up in our cars and homes. When my oldest two were toddlers they both had the roto virus at the same exact time.
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Share yours. Don't read while eating. UBBFriend: Email this page to someone! Topic: Puke stories. I'll start. A few years ago I went on vacation to Panama City. Whilst swimming in the ocean one day I swallowed a gulp of seawater. I coughed and gagged, but didn't puke.
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Chalfonte LeNee Queen of San Diego grappled with violent vomiting episodes for 17 years until she found out her illness was related to her marijuana use. For 17 years, Chalfonte LeNee Queen suffered periodic episodes of violent retching and abdominal pain that would knock her off her feet for days, sometimes leaving her writhing on the floor in pain. Queen lost a modeling job after being mistaken for an alcoholic. She racked up tens of thousands of dollars in medical bills, and her nausea interrupted her sex life. Toward the end of her illness, the 5-footinch woman weighed just pounds. Throughout the nearly two decades of pain, vomiting and mental fog, Queen visited the hospital about three times a year, but doctors never got to the bottom of what was ailing her.
A woman who frequently ended up in the hospital with intense bouts of vomiting turned out to have a mysterious syndrome tied to heavy marijuana use, according to a new report of the case. The year-old woman had been hospitalized six times in the last year with episodes of severe vomiting, according to the report, by Dr. The woman reported experiencing nausea, vomiting and abdominal pain for two days prior to her most recent hospitalization. She described the pain as "squeezing" in her abdomen, along with a "bruised and sore" feeling in her back, the report said. She told doctors that she had smoked marijuana since she was 20 and that over the last year, she had used the drug almost every day, according to the report, which was published Oct. Doctors considered several possible causes for her symptoms, including that she might have a stomach bug or a condition that causes inflammation in the abdominal organs, or she could be pregnant. However, test results, including a recent CT scan of her abdomen, came back normal, and she had a negative pregnancy test. But her symptoms also fit those of a little-understood condition called cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome. People with this condition are heavy marijuana users who have recurring bouts of severe nausea, vomiting and abdominal pain.