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The question is not quite clear. If it is meant to mean "Does citric acid cause vomiting?" The answer would usually be no. Citric acid is the acid found in citrus fruit, such as oranges and lemons. The acidity would not cause vomiting, as the stomach uses hydrochloric acid to digest food, and is able to cope with quite strong concentrations. The citric acid could cause vomiting if too much was consumed at once, but even water can cause vomiting if taken in very large quantities.
i think sprearmint last's much much longer.
cause they eat grass like any other dog
yes its not uncommon to have red spots around the eyes, chin or side of the face after vomiting. Vomiting can put too much pressure on the capillaries by overflowing them with blood. The spots are generally harmless and disappear within 2-3 days
Any overdose of heroin will cause vomiting. Vomiting itself can also lead to death, if you were to fall unconcious and then try to breathe through it. If you believe you have overdosed, then go to the hospital now; they are the one who can help you most.
It depends on how much you chew it and how much saliva is in your mouth i reckon innit blud!
Yes it does but drinking to much water can cause nausea,discomfort,stomachaches, and vomiting.
Yes, a sinus infection can cause vomiting. The pressure can affect your equilibrium and the mucous dripping down your throat can make your stomach upset. If the vomiting is accompanied by severe headache or stiff neck, you should see a physician immediately to rule out meningitis.
The cause of this is fibromyalgia, if you suffer from vomiting as well.
nausea, with or without vomiting, is a common symptom of flu
No, but too much of Vitamin D may cause anorexia, nausea, and vomiting, frequently followed by polyuria, polydipsia, weakness, nervousness, pruritus, and, ultimately, renal failure. Kidney damage is also a possibility.
You should never induce vomiting. Stomach acids are very harsh and can damage the esophagus from vomiting too much.