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is vomiting acid in the morning normal?

theres day i throw up acid its yellowish & sometimes it has blood i wonder if its normal? im 22 weeks pregnant?
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That's not good for you weather your pregnant or not. If you're throwing up stomach acid it means you're getting sick on an empty stomach which can cause dehydration and there's probably blood because the acid is burning your throat. Throwing up blood is never ever a good thing. Try to keep something in your stomach even if its just lots if water. Even that will protect your throat if you can't stop getting sick.
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This is really gross but I wake up every morning vomiting on an empty stomach and sometimes there is blood too. I'm pretty sure it drains from the nose into the stomach at night. When you are pregnant your nose bleeds easily.
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You're fine. It's just from.having an empty stomach. Talk to your doctor if you're really concerned.

I recommend waking up and eating a midnight snack so that you won't wake up vomiting.
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It's normal.
I don't really think there's any big problem.
It happened to me plenty of times.
Comes from having an empty stomach.
I went to the E.R for this and they checked everything,thats what it was from.

You're ok but you could always talk to your doctor about it to ease your mind :)
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Its fine. The acid isnt good for your throat or teeth. It happens to me too though. Sometimes if I have to vomit in the morning, theres no way of preventing it being acid. I can eat up until the moment I go to sleep and ill wake up with an empty stomache, causing me to puke bile/acid/whatever. If you drink water before puking it helps because it waters down the acid and makes it taste less horrible and comebup easier.
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Yea its stomach bile. Very common to throw up during pregnancy fussy thing in the missing bc your speech is empty, and you have morning sickness. I the it up for 2 months bc I had hyperemesis gravidarum. Couldn't even keep a sip of water down. You'll be fine just  try eating a few crackers before you get out of bed in the morning and sip a little ginger ale may help prevent that have your happening. Have your so being it to so your not getting up on an effort stomach.
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*empty lol sry
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Btw I puked up blood for a month before I ended up in the er and admitted and diagnosed with hyperemesis abd chad lost 15lbs. Is your doctor aware of how sick you are?
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Problem is puking blood has bugging top do with your nose whoever said that. Its bc the bile is wearing away the lining of your esophagus that's y I was puking blood. It seeps through your esophagus when your puking. You need to get checked. I ended up having to zofran my entire pregnancy so I could drink and eat abd still the up sometimes.
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For me it definitely comes from my nose it bleeds usually when i wake up and drains into my stomach and makes me vomit but everyone is different
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When you wake up in the morning try to eat a couple saltine crackers before even getting out of bed. It helped me tremendously!
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Same things happend to me and im 11weeks pregnant every morning i would throw up yellow even drinking juice i would throw it up and food told the doctor and she gave me some pills to take a hour and a half before eating it helped alot i don't vomit anymore .... but still check that about the blood ??
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