I am a 22 year old female. Starting around the beginning of this year, I have been feeling like vomiting but don't actually vomit a day or two after my period ends. This last for three days and then gets better. During my period, I am perfectly happy. I usually eat a lot, but when I have the vomiting feeling, I can't eat as much. There has been one or two times that I did not experience the vomiting sensation, but it happens more often than not. Is this some kind of hormonal imbalance or what?
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Vomiting after the period ends can be due to hormonal imbalance, acidity, reflux, endometriosis or polycystic ovary.
It could also be due to something you eat—maybe a medication taken to overcome any menstrual cramps.
Consult a gynecologist to rule out hormonal imbalance and PCOD. A day before your period is supposed to end, start Omeprazole empty stomach in morning and an antacid gel at bedtime. Refrain from smoking, alcohol, fuzzy drinks and spicy food. See if this helps.
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