Stomach blockage loss of appetite vomiting 10 mins after small meal bloating
Stomach blockage bloating vomiting after eating loss of appetite. I am only able to eat small portions of food and sometimes vomit it up within 10 mins of eating. At times build up of just mucus in throat, vomit, at times with small traces of blood.
Also have trouble with bowel movement naturally.
Feels like there is a blockage in my stomach or intestine, like a rock,and stomach is very bloated.
Taking the energy right out of me from lack or eating, I am able to hold liquids down how ever.
Any clues would be appreciated. Going to see doctor soon. Thanks in advance.
Welcome to the gastroenterology community! I would recommend asking your doctor for a gastric emptying scan because it sounds like it might be gastroparesis which is delayed emptying of the stomach. I don't believe you have any blockage but a gastric emptying scan would be a good test to do. How long has this been going on for?
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