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Dog throwing up white

Dog throwing up white

Dog throwing up white foam after eating his own shit.

I have had this problem. It comes and goes. Some days are awful. Others are not bad. Then on days when there are no trips to the loo or when I'm really in a hurry, the shit doesn't go, and poo gets trapped in my system. That's where the vomiting comes in.

When it's been a few days since I've pooed, I feel okay - like I have to shit agn, but usually I don't notice that it's been a while.

I was wondering if anybody has had the same problem, and if they've got a remedy.

I have never thrown up after pooing. That sounds really nasty.

Last time it happened was when I was on Valiums for a week. I took one, and it really worked, I was able to poo easily and never felt anxious. After I threw up 3 times in one day, I stopped using the valiums.

Now I don't take any drugs. If the problem comes back, I'll take something to prevent it from coming back, but I think that if the problem goes away and doesn't come back, it's more likely to never come back agn.

I also think if the body gets rid of something it doesn't need, it's normal to throw up, but if the body gets used to taking things, it's unhealthy to stop taking things. So that is my advice, if the shit doesn't come out, try to take something that will make your body throw up, but if it doesn't work, try something else.

I don't eat much these days, I just eat when I'm hungry. But I remember when I was dieting and I was really hungry, I would eat 2 bananas and a cup of sugar and I could see them go into my system but I wouldn't throw up for hours.

Last time it happened was when I was on Valiums for a week. I took one, and it really worked, I was able to poo easily and never felt anxious. After I threw up 3 times in one day, I stopped using the valiums.

Now I don't take any drugs. If the problem comes back, I'll take something to prevent it from coming back, but I think that if the problem goes away and doesn't come back, it's more likely to never come back agn.

I also think if the body gets rid of something it doesn't need, it's normal to throw up, but if the body gets used to taking things, it's unhealthy to stop taking things. So that is my advice, if the shit doesn't come out, try to take something that will make your body throw up, but if it doesn't work, try something else.

I don't eat much these days, I just eat when I'm hungry. But I remember when I was dieting and I was really hungry, I would eat 2 bananas and a cup of sugar and I could see them go into my system but I wouldn't throw up for hours.

Last time it happened was when I was on Valiums for a week. I took one, and it really worked, I was able to poo easily and never felt anxious. After I threw up 3 times in one day, I stopped using the valiums.

Now I don't take any drugs. If the problem comes back, I'll take something to prevent it from coming back, but I think that if the problem goes away and doesn't come back, it's more likely to never come back agn.

I also think if the body gets rid of something it doesn't need, it's normal to throw up, but if the body gets used to taking things, it's unhealthy to stop taking things. So that is my advice, if the shit doesn't come out, try to take something that will make your body throw up, but if it doesn't work, try something else.

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Yeah I tried that before, the second time I ended up pooping for 8 hours strght. My mom is an ER nurse and gave me some medicine.

My advice would be, you can take something that will prevent you from pooping if the problem comes back. I think you could try taking one of the two pills I've posted in my signature for anorexia, or something that can help you stop throwing up. Take the shit you can't eat on an empty stomach (that's what a good dieter would do) and take some tylenol or something for the first hour. It really doesn't have to be anything strong, like ibuprofen or Tylenol, a half a kleenex might even do it. If you know someone in the family who is a good dieter, have them help you with food.

Also, don't give up, because eventually you'll figure out what the problem is and fix it. It takes time. Just try to stop when you can tell you're on the right path and when you feel better. But if you feel worse when you stop eating, don't just give up.

Well I think I might have an eating disorder. But I'm scared to go to a doctor, I know it's something to do with me being fat, but I don't think I'm too fat and I feel fine (aside from this whole throwing up thing)

I have been throwing up non stop for about a month now. It started after I got my first period. Then, I kept throwing up in the mornings, about every two hours. After a couple of weeks, I stopped taking my medication and felt a lot better. After a month, I started eating agn, but after eating a few days in a row, I would get sick agn.

The second time I threw up for 3 days in a row, I found out that when I would stop throwing up, I would have a hard time pooping. So now, my stomach is like a pressure cooker and I can't eat very much at one time because of it.

I went to the ER, because I thought I was having a major anxiety attack. But, they just told me that I was dehydrated and that I would have to go to the bathroom a few times a day.

I haven't been to the doctor for the last week or so. I just throw up whenever I go out, and I'm worried that I'm going to hurt myself. I have no idea why I'm throwing up, but I just feel like I might have an eating disorder.

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