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Vomiting blood
Vomiting blood is the forcing of the stomach contents up through the esophagus (the swallowing tube) and out of the mouth, in which the vomit contains blood.

Vomiting blood
Alternate Names : Hematemesis, Blood in the vomit
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Vomiting blood may be caused by many different conditions, and the severity varies among individuals. The material vomited may be bright red or it may be dark colored like coffee grounds.

Vomiting blood results from upper gastrointestinal bleeding. It can sometimes be difficult to tell the difference between vomiting blood and coughing up blood (from the lung) or a nosebleed.

Vomiting blood is the forcing of the stomach contents up through the esophagus (the swallowing tube) and out of the mouth, in which the vomit contains blood.

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Vomiting blood
Black stool or bright red blood in the stool
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Vomiting Blood Overview
Vomiting blood (hematemesis) is the regurgitation of stomach contents mixed with blood, or the regurgitation of blood only.

Vomiting blood
Thrombocytopenia is any disorder in which there are not enough platelets. Platelets are cells in the blood that help blood to clot. This condition is sometimes associated with abnormal bleeding.
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Vomiting blood can be a very frightening experience. In mild cases, you may notice small amounts of bright, red blood in your vomit. Or you may see dark brown or black material that looks like coffee grounds. This is blood digested by stomach acids.

Vomiting blood or "coffee grounds" (looks like coffee grounds)requires immediate attention.
Swollen abdomen
It can last from a few hours to a few days.

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abdominal swelling ...

Vomiting blood (if the vomited matter looks like ground coffee, this may indicate blood) ...

Vomiting blood
Black, tarry or bloody stools
Shock, in severe cases
When to see a doctor
Make an appointment with your doctor if you have any signs or symptoms that worry you.

Vomiting blood or blood in your stools: In the presence of blood, your stools may look dark or tarry.

vomiting blood
passing black stools
ascites, the buildup of fluid in the abdomen ...

Vomiting blood (128 causes)
Retching (6 causes)
Severe vomiting (6 causes)
Self-induced vomiting (4 causes)
Acute nausea and vomiting (28 causes)
Regurgitation (33 causes)
Nasal regurgitation of food (1 cause) ...

Vomiting blood.
The part of the red blood cell which carries oxygen.

Vomiting blood or material that looks like coffee grounds
Spider-like blood vessels in the skin
Ascites--fluid build-up in the abdominal cavity ...

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chest pain
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Vomiting blood (hematemasis)?
Bleeding in upper GI tract
Ulcer (epigastric, better or worse w/food, nsaid use, black stools, ETOH)
varices (chronic liver diseaseportal hypertension)
gastritis (stress, ETOH)
esophagitis (GERD Sx) ...

If you're vomiting blood, have black stools or develop a fever, you should seek urgent medical attention.
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Coughing or vomiting blood
Difficulty breathing, shortness of breath
Sudden dizziness, weakness, or change in vision ...

Abdominal pain
Vomiting blood
Symptoms of infections in the kidneys (renal mucormycosis):
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Other liver problem symptoms include: dark urine, excessive itching, vomiting blood, diarrhea, and loss of appetite.

Trauma to the esophagus, such as a tear or injury from violent and repeated coughing or vomiting
Vomiting blood from such conditions as a bleeding ulcer in the upper gastrointestinal tract or veins in the esophagus ...

Hæmatemesis: Vomiting blood from the stomach. The blood is often stale and therefore contains coagulated particles resembling coffee grains.
Haematuria: Bloody urine.
Heart sickness: Condition caused by loss of salt from body.

hematemesis: Vomiting blood.
hematochezia: Passage of bright red blood in the stool.
hematopoietic: Related to the formation of red blood cells.

Hematemesis: Vomiting blood.
Hematochezia: Bright red blood in the stool, usually from the lower gastrointestinal tract -- the colon or rectum -- or from hemorrhoids. The term "hematochezia" is rarely used.

Did individual have recent history of vomiting blood (gastrointestinal hemorrhage), decreased urine output (renal failure), or use of sedatives or diuretics prior to onset of coma?

You are vomiting blood or have bloody diarrhea
You have a rigid, hard abdomen that is tender to touch
You are unable to pass stool, especially if you are also vomiting
You have chest, neck, or shoulder pain
You are dizzy or light-headed ...

Hematemesis - Vomiting blood.
Hematuria - Bloody urine.
Hemiplegy - Paralysis of one side of body.
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Vomiting blood (it may have the appearance of coffee grounds). See a doctor if vomiting persists for more than a few days, or if it contains blood.
Passing blood in the stools. This is not usually fresh, red blood, but dark blood.

See also: See also: Vomiting, Bleeding, Cancer, Stomach, Abdominal Pain

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