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    Random vomiting
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    kharvell posted:
    Hello,

    For the last few weeks, I have been experiencing random vomiting.

    Usually it follows eating a meal. I will finish eating, then sometimes within 30 minutes, I will lightly cough a few times and then begin vomiting.

    After the episode is over, I will feel like nothing happened (other than stomach muscles ache from the vomiting) and can go back to a regular routine.


    Looking for some different potential causes to make sure to cover with my doctor before I see them.


    If you would like any other information, please ask and I will answer as good as I can.

    Thanks!
     
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    Chris_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi and welcome,

    I am not a professional, so anything would be a guess. You need to see a doctor to be sure of anything it might be.

    See your doctor and share your symptoms and concerns.

    I hope you feel better soon.


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