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#1 of 7 Old 09-10-2005, 12:38 AM - Thread Starter
 
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I was eating dinner and felt icky so I went to the sink and started throwing up and noticed alot of blood in my vomit. Ahhh I feel awful and have for a few days. I know Im okay and so is the baby, he is kicking. I talked to my midwife and she told me to take it easy and eat only the brat diet. Im sad about that I have a hard enough time eating as it is and now I cant eat hardly anything. Im so sad.
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Wow, does that midwife know there was a lot of blood with it?

 

 
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well I guess I should say exactly what alot of blood is, it was about a teaspoon or looked like that, but mixed in with the food. I will see her tomorrow, and no blood or vomit at all since then.
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It could be from a nosebleed. Hope all is well.
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Don't panic. I had hyperemesis with my first and shredded the lining of my oesophagus. It was cauterised but even 7 years on, if I'm violently sick or sick repeatedly then I start bringing up big streaks of blood.

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Well for you mama.

 

 
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Are you having a lot of heartburn and reflux? That can cause bleeding, too. If you are, it's worth it to take something like Pepcid or Zantac to help stop the damage to your esophogus. Homeopathic Nat Phos can help heal esophogeal damage as well.
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