Vomiting after eating/drinking

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Hello everyone.

my girlfriend is vomiting every time after she eats or drinking, regardless to what she eats or drinks. We Are entering the second month of Vomiting and she also lost alot of weight (6kg) due to those vomitings. She's not Bolimic/pregnant/have cancer of any kind and the doctors don't have a clue.. She's been in the. Hospital for a month and right now and it looks pretty obvious that the doctors are clueless.. I really need to know if you guys knows something about it or can direct me to someone that had it/friend had it and the doctors find out what it was/diagonsed with when it happened to you/them. I would love for a quick answer so i can push the doctors to test it.

Thanks ahead to everyone that will help. You can mail me freely, i will take any advice i can get.

Thanks again.

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    Vomiting after eating may be a food intolerance.  This the first thing the doctor should have checked.  A food diary would help to pinpoint any food reaction. Without doing a food diary, it can be difficult to identify a possible allergen.
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    The issue hasn't been resolved yet, i would appreciate any help i can get. Espcially from somone who had it in the past.

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    Have you found out anything yet? My daughter is going through this as well. Its been for 8 months and she has lost so much weight!! We have been seeing doctors, having test after test done but still have no answer. I believe she may have gastroparesis. Only, she can't take the test to prove it bc she can't keep anything down. We thinking about going to the Mayo Clinic now.

    Your girlfriend is so blessed to have you by her side. Thank you

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    Any update , I got the same problems !!   I've been vomiting after eating  or drinking, and  I yellow vomit every morning while I brush. No food is in it, but it’s very bitter and yellow. 

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