Blazn Posted April 24, 2008 Report Share Posted April 24, 2008 Ok - well it has been a really rough week. To make a long story short my Papa was killed Friday in a tragic accident and because of the nature of his death they had to do an autopsy so they did not release his body until Monday and we were not able to have the funeral until yesterday. So it has been some really long days and a lot of food. So today is my first day home and I woke up with an upset stomach. I started feeling a little better so I ate a small bowl of oatmeal and a couple of hours later drank a Dannon Light & Fit Smoothie. I just love those things. Well about 30-45 minutes after the smoothie I started feeling really nauseated. So I went to the bathroom (again! - trying to not get too graphic) and dry-heaved a couple of times but did not throw up. I broke out in a cold sweat :heat: and just really thought I would pass out. So I laid down and 30 minutes later I was in the bathroom throwing up. :bad: I threw up about 5 or 6 times. I immediately felt better and although my stomach is still a little queasy I still feel better than what I did before I threw up. So I tell you all this to ask.....I know a lot of people have slippages from vomiting....but how do you know if it has slipped? I have only had a small G2 since then - I figured I would keep it to clear liquids until I feel completely better. My mom, also a nurse, said that I may have gotten sick from all the food we had this week since my body was not used to it. But I know all the food went down with no problems. I also know that my cousin had an upset stomach Monday. I honestly think I just caught a bug. But I am a little concerned about my band. Since I am a nurse I have tried to be extra careful not to contaminate myself with someone else's bug to avoid vomiting and the consequences that may occur with the band. Anyway....any thoughts on the matter will be greatly appreciated. :help: Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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