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diabetic patient with nausea and vomitting

My mom is having diabetes since past 14 years. From last 2-3 weeks she is having nausea and vomitting and is not able to eat anything. She has taken medicines- domistal, vomistop but there is no relief. Are these things related to jaundice.?
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Thanks for using the forum.

If your mother has been sick for 2-3 weeks, she is at risk of dehydration, electrolyte imbalances, not to mention that her blood sugar has probably not been well controlled. I recommend that you bring her to see a doctor as soon as possible. Please take her to the doctor, an ER, or an urgent care right away.

Jaundice is a sign of damage to the liver. This is a serious medical concern and should be checked right away.

Cathy
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2 to 3 weeks of vomiting is life threatening she can die of dehydration she need to see an MD or the ER (emergency room).  Please seek medical help
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