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Title: After treatment
Post by: Christina166 on November 06, 2018, 06:17:18 pm
Hello I just want know  that someone aswell hawe after treatment felling verry bad ? I alrady hawe some 5days feeling werry bad ,felling vometing all day and all night but not vometing now start big headings.. I was doing treatment with Epclusa  now will be some 2.weeks I finish my treatment..
Title: Re: After treatment
Post by: Lynn K on November 06, 2018, 11:25:58 pm
You should see your regular doctor this could be stomach flu or food poisoning or very many things.
Title: Re: After treatment
Post by: Lynn K on November 06, 2018, 11:32:01 pm

Causes of vomiting

Vomiting is common. Eating too much food or drinking too much alcohol can make a person throw up. This generally isn’t a cause for concern. Vomiting itself is not a condition. It’s a symptom of other conditions. Some of these conditions include:

food poisoning
infections (associated with bacterial and viral illnesses)
motion sickness
pregnancy-related morning sickness
prescription medications
Crohn’s disease
Frequent vomiting not related to any of these causes may be a symptom of cyclic vomiting syndrome. This condition is characterized by vomiting for up to 10 days. It is usually coupled with nausea and extreme lack of energy. It mainly occurs during childhood.

This condition usually affects children around age 5 according to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK). It occurs in approximately three out of every 100,000 children according to a 2012 study.

This condition can cause vomiting episodes several times throughout the year when left untreated. It can also have serious complications that include:

tooth decay
a tear in the esophagus
Vomiting emergencies

Vomiting is a common symptom but it can sometimes warrant emergency medical attention. You should go to the doctor immediately if a person:

vomits for more than one day
suspects food poisoning
has a severe headache accompanied by a stiff neck
has severe abdominal pain
Blood in the vomit is another reason to call emergency services. Vomiting blood is also known as hematemesis. Hematemesis refers to a situation in which a patient:

vomits large amounts of red blood
spits up dark blood
coughs up a substance that looks like coffee grounds
Vomiting blood is often caused by ulcers, ruptured blood vessels, and stomach bleeding. It can also be caused by some forms of cancer. This condition is often accompanied by dizziness. A person who vomits blood should call a doctor immediately or go to the nearest emergency department.
Title: Re: After treatment
Post by: Mugwump on November 07, 2018, 02:13:12 am
Vomiting for long periods of time is not something to ignore, you must seek medical aid immediately. The main problem that happens is dangerous dehydration and loss of electrolytes. Your treatment with a DAA is less important than getting fluids into your system quickly if you become too dehydrated. Call for help please.
Title: Re: After treatment
Post by: Lynn K on November 07, 2018, 09:05:42 am
I believe from her post Christina is two weeks post treatment so very unlikely related to Epclusa and yes I wholeheartedly agree from what I read she should see her doctor.