I used to have a strong stomach, but in January of 2016 I got into a car accident and developed depression, ptsd, and recently I was diagnosed with generalized anxiety disorder. I am over weight, im 17, 5'11", and 319lbs last time i checked. I dont eat as often as I should. I eat about 1 meal a day with maybe a few snacks on a good day. I've been to the emergency room twice and i found out I have 4 kidney stones in my right and 2 in my left. I often feel weak like I'm about to faint but i never have, and that feeling is often followed by vomiting. It usually happens in the morning, it wakes me up every morning (feeling sick). I just dont know what to do. I'm tired of throwing up. I go maybe 2 days without having to take a zofran. Nausea and vomiting happen at random times when nothing is going on. I was cooking a couple of minutes ago and felt horrible and puked 3 times in 25 minutes. I dont like taking pills, and i want to know whats wrong with me so I can have my life back for once.
Firstly, how are you feeling today? I see this was posted almost 2 weeks ago, so I'm praying that you are feeling better by knowing what is exactly wrong with you. In my honest opinion, your vomiting is a sign of something going wrong with you. It could be directly related to your diet (eating 1 meal a day); it could be the kidney stones; it could be a side effect of some type of medication you're taking; or, it could be a symptom of an undiagnosed health issue! So, my suggestion would be to schedule an appointment with a Primary Care Physician and get yourself a full health physical to include vitals and blood work. To vomit repeatedly like that can also cause dehydration, so you must ensure that you are adequately hydrated because not doing so could present its own set of problems. And, if I'm not mistaken, vomiting is a sign of dehydration; as is feeling lightheaded! Take care darling and please post an update to let the caring members of this community know that you've made it, and that you're alright!
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