While online resources are great sources for information about what might be ailing you, it can not and should not take the place of your doctor's advice. Hopefully you are seeing a doctor about this problem. Vomiting can cause a depletion of minerals and electrolytes, and cause dehydration, so make sure you are keeping yourself hydrated by drinking lots of fluids.
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Yes, it is possible for acid reflux to cause vomiting. However, if this is occurring every morning then their likely is other factors contributing to the vomiting. One possibility is GERD ( Gastro Esophageal Reflux Disease). Some symptoms other than vomiting are frequent heartburn more than three times a week, Heartburn that returns after your antacid wears off, weight loss, regurgitated blood and difficulty swallowing. If you experience at least two of these symptoms you should consult your physcian and have them run tests on you to see if GERD is a possibility.
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