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    I just came on today, and I've thrown up twice this morning, and I am getting hot/cold sweats.This doesn't usually happen, although once before I have thrown up.

    Is it normal?
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    are you ill in any other way
    it really depends on you for some people that is normal, especially if they are usually really heavy, but then for others its not
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    For me that wouldn't be abnormal .
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    No, none of that happens to me. Go see your GP.
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    that used to happen to me until i got something for it.
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    No.
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    It has happened to me. See if it gets better after a day or two, if not, see your GP.
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    This happened to me for two years in a row, I went to the doctor and they put me on the pill, it seems to work.
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    sounds pretty normal to me.
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    I wonder who's going to say it first.
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    (Original post by Apfel)
    I wonder who's going to say it first.
    Preggers?

    Anyway ... could be reaction to your pill/you should get the pill/a different pill etc
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    the throwing up and hot/cold sweats could be unrelated to your period...?
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    (Original post by Apfel)
    I wonder who's going to say it first.
    swine flu? apparently sudden chills is a symptom.
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    (Original post by anyarian)
    swine flu? apparently sudden chills is a symptom.
    Congratulations, FIRST. :awesome:
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    Yeah, I've had that. It'll pass and if it doesn't see your doctor.
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    Take a painkiller and go for a sleep Usually works with me

    If not go to a doctor?
 
 
 
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