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Vomiting is a symptom that stems from a number of different conditions. While the cause is most likely a non-life threatening illness, it might be an indicator of a severe issue.
Determining when to call the doctor can be a challenge, especially if the ill person is a young child. What you may think is a common stomach bug could be something much more severe that requires immediate attention. Here is the on all things vomit. There are a variety of things that will cause vomiting on different occasions. Several common causes of vomiting are:. Influenza is a highly contagious infection that affects the respiratory system causing high fever, aches, sore throat and runny or stuffy nose.
Some people with influenza may also experience vomiting and diarrhea, which is more common in children than adults. Cyclic Vomiting disorder is when severe vomiting takes place at approximately the same time each day and lasts for around the same length of time. Although once thought only to affect children, it has been found in adults as well. While some individuals cannot pinpoint a specific trigger to cause cyclic vomiting, others can. According to the Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome Association , several known triggers include:.
If you experience any of these symptoms, contact your doctor immediately to help control the disorder. Repeated vomiting can be an early indication of a severe brain injury. If ignored serious issues from brain damage can cause permanent damage or could be fatal. Your chances of developing epilepsy double after an acute brain injury such as a concussion.
Intense migraines could occur in the weeks and possibly months to follow. If you have severe vomiting after a head injury, it is important to call or visit a doctor. Migraines and headaches may cause discomfort that leads to nausea and vomiting. The sooner you can find a solution the better. Signs of food poisoning can begin in the first hours or days following ingestion. Severe vomiting is one sign of food poisoning. If vomiting continues with no relief, seek medical attention right away.