- 1 vomiting
- 2 causes vomiting continuous
- 3 Other reasons for vomiting
- 4 doctor review
- 5 video causes vomiting after eating
- 6 References
Vomiting can be defined as emptying a forced, voluntary or involuntary, the contents of the stomach through the mouth or nose sometimes. It is rare to cause vomiting pain, but it is a feeling uncomfortable and inconvenient. Vomiting may be preceded by many signs such as: nausea, a person feeling that vomiting is about to happen, in addition to (Gagging in English: Gagging), and retching (in English: Retching), East, and reflexes stomach involuntary, and filling the mouth with saliva to protect teeth from stomach acid, and the need to move or bend. It helps those symptoms that precede vomiting reduce: resort to comfort in a sitting position or Almsnod lie down, and in return, the practice of activities and movement may exacerbate nausea and leads to vomiting. 
And which helps to prevent the entry of the contents of the liquid projectile from the stomach to the respiratory obstacle so choking, is a reflex known as the gag reflex or reflex pharyngeal (in English: Gag reflex). In some cases where this does not work properly reflected can a person is exposed to the risk of suffocation as a result of vomiting, as in people who are vomiting under the influence of drugs or alcohol, or who are vomiting and are lying on their backs. It is worth mentioning that there are many different types of vomiting, yellow Vagaye usually indicates the presence of bile in the vomit and usually occurs after eating, and vomiting containing blood cut or bloody vomit usually Fidel occur cut or scrape in the esophagus or stomach. The vomit-like Ptvl coffee may be a sign of infection ulcer, or GERD, or stomach cancer or liver, or other abdominal diseases. 
Reasons for continuous vomiting
Can be continuous and repeated one of the major symptoms of cyclical vomiting syndrome (in English: Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome) is vomiting, which is frequent occurrence of sudden bouts of severe nausea and vomiting. It is characteristic of this syndrome vomiting several times per hour, and the continued bout of vomiting from several hours to several days, leading to the feeling of the patient very tired and sleepy. The symptoms of this syndrome begins at the same time of day, and lasts for the same length of time, and the severity of the symptoms are similar to previous episodes. These seizures may occur at any time but they often begin during the early morning hours. It is worth mentioning that the exact cause behind the incidence of this syndrome is not known yet, but some experts believe that communication problems nervous between the brain and the digestive system, and related problems in a way the brain's response and the endocrine system of tension, and mutations in some genes may play a role in this occurrence syndrome. 
Other causes of vomiting
Other causes include vomiting include: 
- Chemotherapy or radiation.
- Stomach paralysis (in English: Gastroparesis), a condition where the muscles of the stomach wall is not working properly, which affects the digestive process.
- Intestinal obstruction (in English: Intestinal obstruction).
- Migraine (in English: Migraine).
- Dizziness, motion sickness or infection of the middle ear.
- Gastroenteritis viral (in English: Viral gastroenteritis).
- Acute liver failure.
- Drinking alcohol disorder.
- Appendicitis (in English: Appendicitis).
- Inflammation of the gallbladder (in English: Cholecystitis).
- Diabetic ketoacidosis (in English: Diabetic ketoacidosis).
- Heart attack (in English: Heart attack) or (in English Heart Failure: Heart failure).
- Hiatal hernia (in English: Hiatal hernia).
- Hyper thyroid (activity in English: Hyperthyroidism).
- English irritable bowel syndrome (syndrome: Irritable bowel syndrome).
- Taking certain medications such as aspirin, and NSAIDs (in English: Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatories), and oral contraceptives, and medicines Aldejitals (in English: Digitalis), drugs and opiates, and some antibiotics.
- Meningitis (English: Meningitis)
- Inflammation of the pancreas (in English: Pancreatitis).
- Peptic ulcer (in English: Peptic ulcer).
- Fever or suffering from severe pain.
- Food (English poisoning: Food poisoning).
See a doctor
It includes cases where should see a doctor if the patient is suffering from vomiting following: 
- Infants and children under six years of age: should see a doctor if the infant or child has any of the following: Continued vomiting more than a few hours. Suffering from diarrhea and vomiting. The emergence of signs of dehydration in the infant or child. High temperature for more than 37.8 degrees Celsius. Not to urinate child for six hours.
- Continued vomiting more than a few hours.
- Suffering from diarrhea and vomiting.
- The emergence of signs of dehydration in the infant or child.
- High temperature for more than 37.8 degrees Celsius.
- Not to urinate child for six hours.
- Children over six years of age: should see a doctor if the child is suffering from any of the following: Continued vomiting for one day. Persistent diarrhea with vomiting for more than 24 hours. The emergence of signs of dehydration. High temperature for more than 38.9 degrees Celsius. Not to urinate child for six hours.
- Continued vomiting for one day.
- Persistent diarrhea with vomiting for more than 24 hours.
- The emergence of signs of dehydration.
- High temperature for more than 38.9 degrees Celsius.
- Not to urinate child for six hours.
- Adults: Adults should consult a doctor if suffering from vomiting persists for more than one day, or if diarrhea and vomiting for more than 24 hours continued, and in the case of the emergence of signs of moderate drought. It should see a doctor immediately if the following signs or symptoms appear: The presence of blood in the vomit or vomit that looks like the appearance of coffee. Severe headaches or neck stiffness. Inactivity. Confusion and mental confusion. Low vigilance. Feeling severe pain in the abdomen. Vomiting coupled with rising temperature more than 38.3 degrees Celsius. Vomiting accompanied by diarrhea. Rapid breathing or pulse.
- The presence of blood in the vomit or vomit that looks like the appearance of coffee.
- Severe headaches or neck stiffness.
- Confusion and mental confusion.
- Low vigilance.
- Feeling severe pain in the abdomen.
- Vomiting coupled with rising temperature more than 38.3 degrees Celsius.
- Vomiting accompanied by diarrhea.
- Rapid breathing or pulse.
Video causes vomiting after eating
Some people sometimes suffer from the problem of vomiting after eating immediately, what are the reasons for this? :
- ^ أ ب "What Is Vomiting", www.everydayhealth.com, Retrieved 23-1-2019. Edited.
- ^ أ ب "Symptoms & Causes of Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome", www.niddk.nih.gov, Retrieved 23-1-2019. Edited.
- ↑ "Nausea and vomiting", www.mayoclinic.org, Retrieved 23-1-2019. Edited.
- ↑ "Nausea & Vomiting: When to Call the Doctor", my.clevelandclinic.org, Retrieved 23-1-2019. Edited.
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