Last night I "burped" up orange liquid that I really thought was just heartburn or something. When I went to wash it out of the sink it wouldn't wash away, and I know this sounds gross but I touched it and it had the consistency of melted butter that had re-hardened. Earlier I had eaten a piece of garlic bread but there was not much butter on it. After felt fine, went had dinner, woke up this morning felt nauseous... up comes a ton of that orange oily liquid same exact thing only a lot more.
The weird parts about this, I mentioned already the re-hardened melted butter consistency and it also DOES NOT burn my throat!! It has NO FOOD in it at all! Just liquid.
I don't know what this is or where its coming from its freaking me out!! Please help!
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