I am 41 years old. Type II Diabetes with high blood pressure. I have had two documented kidney stones in the past three years. In the past 4 months on three different occasions I have woke up in the middle of the night with severe stomach pain. After i start coughing I will get the dry heaves then vomit up a white mucus material. Once it had a red coloring to it. Now the forth time I got up out of my chair to go to bed and noticed my stomach hurt ans as soon as I laid down the pain became worse. After getting up I started to cough. As I was coughing I vomited a brown looking substance along with the white. My wife said it looked liked ketchup and mustard mixed together. When I get the pain there is no nausea and after i vomit enough I feel better for a month or so until it happens again. On the last time I felt like a had to do a bowl movement but did not. I mention it because when I had the kidney stones the pain was in the same lower part of the stomach and felt like I had to make a bowel movement but couldn't. The only difference is I don't have the lower left side back pain like I did when I had the kidney stones.
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