I am a 22 y/o female with no history of any health related issues other than an ulcer this past summer that was treated and has since not been a problem. My issue is that for the last two nights when my fiance and i have had sex, after we were finished i had to get up and run to the bathroom to throw up. There is no abdominal pain or bloating. i have taken a pregnancy test in august after experiencing similar symptoms although there wasnt actual vomit that was negative. I later found that i had an ulcer. Now i would assume that the ulcer has returned but it has been 1 1/2 months since i was off the medication and have experienced no similar symptoms aside from the vomiting/dry heaving. The symptoms i experienced with the ulcer were severe cases of dry heaving for hours, chills, couldnt sleep. Now there is a quick trip to the bathroom, i vomit a few times and then im finished. Afterwards i feel perfectly fine. I have not changed anything about my routine since May of this year, havent changed my eating habits. My stress level is also much lower than when i had the ulcer. I know i should probably go and see a doctor but the last thing i want to do is spend 500 dollars for them to tell me nothing is wrong. If anyone has experienced something like this before PLEASE help me. This is getting really obnoxious. Thank you.
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