Originally Posted by BeautyDisaster
The problem with your answer is that you're vomiting because your stomach
is worsen. Pneumonia happens in the lungs
(symptoms are difficulty of breathing/pain when breathing, coughing, fever, cyanosis, hypoxia and vomiting) . What you're talking about is called acute gastroenteritis
(a medical way of saying stomach flu).
Now I know they're both form due to bacteria, virus or fungi so it's probaby possible to pass the bacteria from one system to the other, but when it's strictly occurring in the lungs, how does vomiting occur?
That could be true, but when I mention the gag reflex, I'm talking about coughing while eating or digestion something. Though heavy coughing can cause regurgitation (since there were no toxins (unless you consider the alcohol the toxin, lol).
Originally Posted by Kudaranai
'cause your body is trying to get rid of the bad crap ;_;
I don't know for sure, but that'd be my guess.
and omg, I was googling pneumonia and vomiting and this thread shows up on the first page.
Yeah, I'm having difficulties in finding the answer x.x