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How to Make Yourself Throw Up Safely?

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Throw Up is a natural reflection of the body to eliminate spoiled food or toxic substances that may be in the stomach and, therefore, when it is really necessary, the body automatically causes Throw Up. In this way, the vomit should only be induced when there is an indication from the doctor or when he ate something that is causing a very intense discomfort, which did not improve in any other way.

In situations in which someone ingested a poisonous substance or some type of irritating liquid such as cleaning products, the ideal is not to cause Throw Up, since that liquid will have to go back through the throat, causing more damage. Preferably, in these situations, go immediately to the hospital to start the most appropriate treatment.

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