What has the symptoms of diarrhea coughing headache and puki
Sounds like the flu. It could be a lot of different things though. If they continue for more than three days see your doctor. Cha! ( Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/what-has-the-symptoms-of-diarrhea-coughing-headache-and-puking )
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- What has the symptoms of diarrhea coughing headache and puking?
- Sounds like the flu. It could be a lot of different things though. If they continue for more than three days see your doctor. Cha!
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- Q: For about 3 years, every time I smelled coffee... I get nausea and have to rush to the bathroom, where I usually spend about 30 minutes puking. My parents are big coffee drinkers so they think I'm just over-reacting but I'm not. I don't know if I have an allergy to the smell but it seems that when water is poured on the coffee beans, the smell hits me immediately and makes me throw up. It's worse when it's made in a coffee-maker because the smell hangs around. I can't eat anything with coffee in it because it makes me throw up too. I know it's not a milk allergy because I can drink milk with no problem, in fact it's one of my favourite drinks.It's annoying because the smell is everywhere... people brew it where I work, at home, in public... and I've thrown up in Starbucks before when my friend dragged me there for a 'coffee' (I usually just have hot chocolate) because the smell is so bad.It's embarrassing but I honestly can't stand the smell and I don't know what to do anymore. Should I ask the GP if they can test for a coffee allergy? I've mentioned this to my parents and they just think it's a waste of time... probably because they love the hellish drink.I've heard that the symptoms of a coffee allergy are headaches, nausea and vomiting, diarrhea, coughing and a runny nose. I get all of them as soon as I smell the disgusting drink. And I can't be pregnant, because I'm a virgin. My sense of smell is so acute though that other food/drink items repulse me but they don't make me vomit!Oh and yeah please dont say stuff like, I'm sorry i cant date you. or make fun of me being a virgin. truth is, I'm not interested in sex and never will be.xx
- A: I wouldn't bother with a GP (except to ask what kind of specialist they recommend) since they never seem to know anything outside of colds & cuts.It is probably something psychological, but it could be physical. You may never love coffee (although I do), but maybe you can get to the point where you can be around it with such a strong reaction. I've never heard of a coffee allergy triggered by smell; coffee allergies are almost always caffeine allergies (but that only affects you if you drink it).I hope you get proper help. No one should feel that bad in a social setting.
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