I have been having a problem with vomiting about twenty minutes after my first cup of morning green tea. I am a coffee drinker but I am on a diet that calls for none. I did this diet last year and the switch to tea as well. I had the same results with the tea then and just dealt with it.
This time is diffrent as yesterday something popped between my breast bone and blood followed, it wasn't a lot, but enough to alarm me. Is it possible that the green tea is making me vomit due to a stomach problem that I am not aware of ? I read about another person with this problem, it turned out to be a problem with incontinence. The patient had green bile, that is diffrent from me, mine is a bright yellow.
Thank You, Scherees
I can only tell you of my experience with green tea. I drink organic green tea and it has very little caffeine as well as no artificial anything. Any other kind of green tea can have additives that your stomach does not like and this may be causing your vomiting.
You probably have burst a blood vessel and this may have caused blood in your vomit. Sometimes depending on how hard you cough or vomit this may happen. Hope this helps.
sorry its embarrazing, but i need to know if is something wrong with my husband... he goes to the bathroom at least 8 times at day, for the last 2 months... eats normal, no deharrea or pain, he's 6'f tall, 200 pds, 34 years old, and works arround 16 hours at day.
Lots of stress in life.
I just need to know if is somethig else behind this toilet deal.
Thank you for your time
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