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By Anonymous - 30/6/2017 19:38

That's what they all say before ending up in AA

Today, I was getting ready for bed, brushing my teeth. When I spat out my toothpaste, I also vomited a bit of the tacos I'd had for dinner, so I brushed my teeth again. I'm completely sober. FML
boopingsnoot Say more :
Hey, I made an account to give some details. I have a mild form of EDS, so I get acid reflux and sleep apnea. But this occasion was weird: ate tacos at 6pm, snack and my meds 10pm, and was brushing my teeth at 11pm. With no trace of the cereal I'd just eaten. With no heartburn before or after. But yeah, my dad did season the bajeezus outta those tacos.
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  boopingsnoot  |  23

I've been seeing doctors about it, but this occasion was so sudden. Usually if I don't eat with my meds, the heartburn builds until I throw up. Taco night was more of a "wait, did that actually just happen" moment.

By  Taurus_ChicKa  |  35

Don't feel bad, I can't eat Mexican food because it does the same thing to me. Maybe you just got a bad batch. Or, like someone said, you might have accidentally pushed your toothbrush too far into your mouth and triggered your gag reflex.

By  heyLaddieHey  |  18

FYI, don't brush your teeth right after you vomit (or eat). Your stomach acid just severely damaged your enamel, and brushing damaged it further. Rinse your mouth with water.