Since there's no medical board on here I guess /fit/ is the closest, so I'll post this here.
Is it normal to constantly regurgitate your food? Anyone else here experience this? I've had it for as long as I can remember and I'm 30 years old.
Yes I do the same thing.
After a meal, for some reason I vomit some of it back up. Happened my entire life as far as I can remeber.
When I was younger I thought it was normal, now that I am older I know it isn't. In both cases I never told anyone.
copyed from wiki article
"Symptoms can begin to manifest at any point from the ingestion of the meal to 120 minutes thereafter. However, the more common range is between 30 seconds to 1 hour after the completion of a meal. Symptoms tend to cease when the ruminated contents become acidic.
Abdominal pain (38.1%), lack of fecal production or constipation (21.1%), nausea (17.0%), diarrhea (8.2%), bloating (4.1%), and dental decay (3.4%) are also described as common symptoms in day-to-day life. These symptoms are not necessarily prevalent during regurgitation episodes, and can happen at any time. Weight loss is often observed (42.2%) at an average loss of 9.6 kilograms, and is more common in cases where the disorder has gone undiagnosed for a longer period of time, though this may be expected of the nutrition deficiencies that often accompany the disorder as a consequence of its symptoms. Depression has also been linked with rumination syndrome, though the effects of it on rumination syndrome are unknown."
Shit this describes me perfectly
Do you have bad anxiety?
Recently mine was acting up over some relationship drama and I couldn't keep my stomach in check. Post lifting I was throwing up water and coffee in the parking lot. Bad day
not op, I posted article in above post.
Shit It's all starting to come together now, all this time I've been told i have chronic gastritis.
I start to throw up during stressfull periods. This is a major discovery for me
Could be GERD, could be cancer; either way, THIS ISN'T A DOCTOR'S OFFICE.
Although, sometimes food just sits in my stomach for hours adn i eventually throw it up preceded by strong nausea and fever, which is more accurately associated with Gastroparesis, on which I am readin up atm, all this has been a huge eye opener as till now i've been convinced that i have gastritis, but these two options describe my condition fairly better