I don't know if I'm over-reacting....for about a year now I have been being sick (vomitting) once or twice a month. It usually happens during the night, I wake up feeling awful and then I throw up and feel instantly better. I'm not sure it's worthy of a visit to the doctor because I don't know if I'm making a big deal out of it? Is this normal? Has anyone else experienced this? There doesn't seem to be a pattern of the time of the month it happens and it doesn't seem to be connected to something I'm eating. Can anyone help?
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- 23-10-2015 12:50
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- 23-10-2015 12:55
It's not normal. You need to visit a GP. Are you male or female?
- 26-10-2015 04:58
Not normal at all. Could be anemic if you avoid red meat or meats generally. Should start eating some if that's the case. But get checked
- 27-10-2015 03:31
I would check with your GP and ask for a blood test. I would try taking a good multivitamin (doesn't have to be expensive). I use Alpha Man from MyProtein which is really well-rounded with good doses, and isn't so concentrated that you throw up if you take it without food like others I have tried
- 27-10-2015 03:36
Anything like that definitely seems worth a visit to a doctor. Maybe try to keep track of how you're feeling before you go to sleep or when you feel the sickness coming on. It could be related to stress or there could be an underlying issue. Either way, I wish you the best and hope you get better soon