at first i was thinking it may be the new pills my dr put me on on fryday (salofalk 500mg im suposed to take 8 a day) but now i am really not sure what it is. fryday at around 10pm or so i started feeling ill didnt think to much of it and went to bed. an hour or so later i was up rinning to the washroom after going to the washroom i puked once and didnt think to much of it untill an hour or so later when i was running to the washroom again and ended up puking untill my stomach was pretty much empty. after that i ended up going to the washroom about every half hour untill about 3:30 am even though there really wasnt any hting left in my stomach i still kept trying to puke. i ended up sleeping all day saturday except when i woke up to shower and get ready for work and decided to call in sick then once more when work called. i slept right through untill about 3:30am then fell back asleep again untill about 10:30. for the moste part i have felt ok today ate some toast for breakfast took my prednisone (was really kinda scared about that) then later on i ate some cereal then ate some tomatoe soup and crackers. about an hour or so i started to to feel sick again i havent eaten or taken my pills (i know i should have..) this is the first tiem i have felt sick like this has any one else had this happen?
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