morning vomiting

morn·ing vom·it·ing

vomiting occurring on rising or immediately after breakfast in some women during early pregnancy.Synonym(s): morning sickness
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According to Nassar, early signs and symptoms of the disease are unexplained weight loss, headaches, often with early morning vomiting, increased swelling or persistent pain in bones, joints, back, or legs, lump or mass, especially in the abdomen, neck, chest, pelvis, or armpits.
Early signs and symptoms of childhood cancers include continued and unexplained weight loss; headaches often with early morning vomiting; increased swelling or persistent pain in bones, joints, back and legs; lump or mass, especially in the abdomen, neck, chest, pelvis, or armpits; development of excessive bruising, bleeding, or rash; constant infections; tiredness or noticeable paleness; sudden vision changes and recurrent or persistent fevers of unknown origin.
Sam was two when he began suffering morning vomiting, which was put down to a bug.
| EARLY symptoms can include continued, unexplained weight loss, headaches often with early morning vomiting, increased swelling or persistent pain in joints, bones, back and legs, lumps or masses, excessive bruising, bleeding or rash, constant infections and tiredness.
And despite months of morning vomiting, right-sided weakness and balance issues, it was only when her mother Debbie Aspery asked if her daughter could have cerebral palsy that a scan was done and the devastating diagnosis made.
She was 11 when she started getting headaches and early morning vomiting in the holidays before she was due to start Bebington High.
The devastated dad urged other parents to look out for signs of cancer in their children, such as early morning vomiting and headaches.
One month after moving into her mother's apartment, a 27-year-old woman sought care at our clinic for fatigue, headache, blurred vision, nausea, and morning vomiting. She had weakness and difficulty sleeping, but denied any fever, rashes, neck stiffness, recent travel, trauma, or tobacco or illicit drug use.
Intracranial etiologies: Lucy mentioned two things in her recent history that may offer clues to her diagnosis: occasional morning headaches and recent morning vomiting. Morning headaches are particularly concerning for an intracranial process.
Morning vomiting is frequently present, and the children seem to take a long time to get going each day.