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Forum Name: Psychiatric Topics

Question: something keeping me from doing everything

 Fox - Mon May 10, 2004 10:48 pm

ok i um have this problem to where if i go anywhere or even think im going somewhere i get sick .... becasue of this i cant work at least not for long my constant puking gets me fired .... i cant go out with my family ... i cant go anywhere or do anything with my girlfriend .... it dosent matter where i go or what im doing i get sick .... i start off by deep coughs and they get worse and worse (i have a sore throat alot because of this) and eventually i end up in puking i have tried taking meds like zoloft and valume a few others i cant remember .... i have been to 3-4 doctors and they have tried almost everything they can i think one of which ive been going to since i was 2-3 .... i have tried herbal meds and everything .... the only thing i havent done is go to a shrink .... if i cant find an answer here thats my next stop
 Dr. Tamer Fouad - Tue May 11, 2004 3:43 pm

User avatar I agree with you Fox. A psychiatrist would be best to evaluate your problem. He may also be better at diagnosing an organic (nonpsychiatric) cause for this.
Click here for a list of the common causes for: vomiting.

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