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Vomiting White Foam

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    Last night, I was staying at my mates along with my bf. We ended up staying up all night and I had 2 sips of alcohol the full time so was sober. But half way through the night I started feeling really ill and started being sick but all that came up was a white foam.

    This morning I went back to my bf's with him and we went to sleep and when I woke up I felt like I had a hangover even though I was sober the night before

    Is that weird or should I not think too much of it? And what was the white foam about? :confused:
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    If it happens again I'd see a doctor. If you feel fine in in a day or so, I'd leave it.
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    dont drink shots of fairy liquid.
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    i would see a gp. could be a range of things, probably an infection or allergic reaction of some description. but i wouldnt worry too much if symptoms dont persist
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    Speaking as someone who's been sick more times than not, white foam is normal and not dangerous. Kinda gross, but nothing to worry about.
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    Rabies?
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    If you were vommitting white foam I would assume you had not eaten for a while? Generally people vomit white foam when they have an empty stomach so only water/gastric juices/stomach acid comes up which forms a kind of white foam.
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    (Original post by matthew.swallow)
    If you were vommitting white foam I would assume you had not eaten for a while? Generally people vomit white foam when they have an empty stomach so only water/gastric juices/stomach acid comes up which forms a kind of white foam.
    Agreed- thats exactly what I though.

    Odd comparrisson, but when My dogs not well (and hasnt been eating)
    his sick is a combination of yellow stomach bile and white foam
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    few years ago i had a problem for about 6 weeks vomitting stomach acid which was white foam. stopped and never had it since, wierd.
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    (Original post by matthew.swallow)
    If you were vommitting white foam I would assume you had not eaten for a while? Generally people vomit white foam when they have an empty stomach so only water/gastric juices/stomach acid comes up which forms a kind of white foam.
    I actually hadn't eaten since about 3pm (This was about 4am) so that's probably a good explanation
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    This actually happened to me this evening. I was throwing up all day so evidently my stomach was empty. At first I was concerned but then I realized that it was solely because I had absolutely nothing in my stomach. Don't worry. You'll be fine
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    I'm glad I found this. I've been sick for a good week and was scared to death.
    Even though I don't have health insurance, I think I'm going to the doctor anyway.
Updated: April 22, 2011
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