Nausea and vomiting in the middle of a meal is usually caused by physiological factors such as dietary factors and early pregnancy reaction, but may also be caused by pathological factors such as gastritis or peptic ulcer or appendicitis. It is recommended to go to the hospital as soon as possible to determine the cause of the disease and then to receive targeted treatment.

Physiological factors

1.Dietary factors: If you eat too greasy, irritating food or drink more alcohol, it will stimulate the stomach mucosa, and you may have the symptoms of regurgitation, nausea and vomiting halfway through the meal. Life should pay attention to eat easily digestible food and less irritating food, the symptoms can be gradually relieved.

2.Early pregnancy reaction: Women of childbearing age who experience nausea, vomiting, and regurgitation in the middle of a meal may have an early pregnancy reaction. It is recommended that an HCG test or ultrasound be done in time to clarify whether or not there is a pregnancy, no special treatment is needed, and regular prenatal checkups can be done.

Pathological factors

1.Gastritis: Patients with gastritis caused by long-term irregular diet and frequent alcohol consumption may have symptoms such as regurgitation, nausea, vomiting or pain in the stomach halfway through the meal when the secretion of stomach acid increases during the eating process. Can follow the doctor’s instructions to take omeprazole enteric tablets, bismuth citrate potassium capsules and other drugs for treatment.

2.Peptic Ulcer: Patients who often take irritating drugs on an empty stomach or bacterial infections that cause stomach ulcers may have symptoms such as stomach pain, nausea, vomiting and regurgitation after aggravating the stomach during eating or stimulating the ulcer surface. Can follow the doctor’s instructions to take omeprazole enteric capsules, magnesium aluminum carbonate chewable tablets, colloidal bismuth pectin capsules and other drugs for treatment.

3.Appendicitis: Patients with appendicitis caused by improper diet or bacterial infection may experience pain in the right lower abdomen, nausea and vomiting, and regurgitation after eating because food stimulates the peristalsis of the gastrointestinal tract, which may trigger the onset of appendicitis. If the appendicitis is acute and the symptoms are severe, surgery to remove the appendix may be necessary.

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