This question depends alot on why you think the trams are causing you to vomit. Is it because you take them often and have suddenly stopped or is it the first time you have taken them and you are having this reaction? Someone will be able to give you some good answers but the cause of the vomiting could be very important, if you have taken alot more than perscribed to you they can cause siezures which are sometimes predicated by vomiting. You may want to call your doctor. Good Luck!!!
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