Elaya Ice's Journal, 24 June 2018

Hello everyone. I have a question, when you start getting stomach sick from heavy food and junk food. What's your fix? Last night I went to a wedding, there was Mexican food and while I was used to refresh beans, there were these crunchy beef tacos and green chili chicken enchilada stuff. I had 2 small servings and then the cake was this cheesecake key lime pie style mix, plus a couple sips of alcohol I tried, but didn't like. I knew I would feel somewhat bloated from the carbonation of the coke, and watched some anime til it passed. At 2am I laid down not feel so good. Then by 3am I awoke wanting to throw up, and felt the taste. I had a few sips of cold water from in the fridge and laid back down. I'm better, but still have the sick feeling in the pit of my stomach. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Diet Calendar Entries for 24 June 2018:
1556 kcal Fat: 60.74g | Prot: 101.01g | Carb: 170.62g.   Breakfast: Quaker Steel Cut Oatmeal, Flavorite Sliced Strawberries, Sugar, Quaker Instant Oatmeal - Maple & Brown Sugar. Lunch: Pulled Pork, Spaghetti, Tomato Sauce, Mozzarella Fresca 100% Natural Fresh Mozzarella. Dinner: Beef Top Sirloin (Trimmed to 1/8" Fat), Spinach. Snacks/Other: Claussen Sweet Bread 'N Butter Pickles Sandwich Slices, Water. more...
2610 kcal Activities & Exercise: Cleaning - 3 hours and 30 minutes, Dance (fast step, aerobic) - 45 minutes, Resting - 14 hours and 45 minutes, Sleeping - 5 hours. more...
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Try having some good fiber meals, increase water intake, fruits/veggies may help to push along the rest of the food that’s still digesting and may help you feel better afterwards 
24 Jun 18 by member: DEADPOOL12345
Off to a good start then, put some strawberries in my oatmeal.  
24 Jun 18 by member: Elaya Ice
Yup... a little fiber and a little time. You just shocked your system a bit probably, but it'll all "work itself out" 😉 
24 Jun 18 by member: chrisw77
You say "felt the taste" after you laid down - sounds like acid reflux which happens when I eat food off my plan, Try taking a Zantac before bed if there is a next time. 
24 Jun 18 by member: HCB
The biggest problem is going to bed on a full stomach. You no longer have gravity on your side. That being said, should that situation arise again, don’t lay on your right side or God forbid, on your stomach. Sleep with your head elevated on a couple of pillows OR sleep on your side. The anatomical position of the stomache is not as conducive to reflex when you lay on your left side. 
24 Jun 18 by member: Kenna Morton
Insert word on my post above—- sleep on your left side not your right side. Sorry about that. 
24 Jun 18 by member: Kenna Morton
Oh I’m so sorry you’ve gotten sick. I’m not much of an expert of this problem but I had been waking myself up while vomiting on my pillow. It was really bad so I finally went to a GI doc and they did a scope EGD (esophagogastointestinalduodenoscopy) and there was an issue and that’s how I got to this site and dieting. I’m on Ranitidine now and doing my best to be off dairy. He said lose 25 lbs. Any rate that’s how I got here. The advice not to go to bed on a full tum is good advice. 
24 Jun 18 by member: Roschelle McGowan
Ginger mints help me with nausea. Every time. 
24 Jun 18 by member: Christal Lane
Oops esophagogastroduodenoscopy. Lol had to correct it. Bothered me. Anyway I do hope you’re feeling better today. 
24 Jun 18 by member: Roschelle McGowan
Sorry you felt so bad. I have had problems with my stomach for more years than I care to remember, but not very often nowadays. When I get like that I drink home brewed ginger tea or a tea blend I picked up by a local gal called Tummy Calm. It has peppermint, chamomile, fennel, dandelion, raspberry leaf, and dill. All locally harvested. When I was sick with pneumonia a while back and couldn't keep anything down and had nausea, this is what I drank. Hope you feel better soon.  
24 Jun 18 by member: Becc@
Rochelle— you did good. Now try ERCP. Glad there are abbreviations. 
24 Jun 18 by member: Kenna Morton
Thank you everyone! 
24 Jun 18 by member: Elaya Ice
I make a pot of fresh ginger tea, helps my tummy :-) 
24 Jun 18 by member: JMA312
oh yes as Becc@ said, ginger & peppermint works super also! I drink peppermint tea during the day, wonderful! And sometimes make jasmine / ginger tea and have it chilled even when i don't have a tummy ache, yum & refreshing. :-) 
24 Jun 18 by member: JMA312


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