Vomiting

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I began throwing up at night time after a large meal so I thought it was just because I ate too much , it then began happening nearly every night , it then gradually got worse to the point every thing made me vomit . I find that liquids make me vomit the most , I can keep food down better than fluids. I was admitted to hospital for a week but the anti-sickness didn't work and the doctors don't know how to help me . Any ideas what could be wrong with me especially because liquids make me vomit most ?

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    Hi sophiehamilton

    When you say liquids..what liquids would that be???

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      Drinks, water, jelly, youghert, milkshake , icecream, ice pops, milk , smoothies and even fruit , anything that has liquid in It basically
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      Hi sophiehamilton

      In that case I suggest you stop taking these liquidy food stuffs. Most of the liquid you take such as milkshake, ice cream, milk, smoothies, yogurt contain lactose which you may be allergic to try going lactose free. There are plenty of lactose free foods of the type you take. You can buy lactose free in a popular supermarket if in UK...but wherever you are you should be able to get lactose free.....best wishes...

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