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I'm not pregnant, but I sometimes get morning sickness. Why is this?

I'm 23 years old, and this happens 1-2 times a month in no particular pattern.  Often, when this happens I vomit, and when I do it is very intense.  I thought it was happening on days when I skipped breakfast or had breakfast too early, but I have also thrown up on days that I did eat breakfast.  It is always in the morning between the hours of 10am and 12 pm.  Once, a few months ago, there were specks of blood in my vomit.  What is going on?

Related Topics: Morning Sickness, Pregnancy, Vomit
 

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