Is it normal to throw-up blackish/grayish water stuff?!

Question: Is it normal to throw-up blackish/grayish water stuff!?
i asked this question before, but people are stupid and dont read the description!.

soo yeah is that normal i never really throw up anything colorful!. lol
usually just nasty water!. blechh!. :/
do you think its because i dont eat anything when im sick cause i have a feeling i might throw up or is it something else!?
i basically just drink water and nothing else!.

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that doesnt sound very normal, but then again, everyone is different!. your acid levels maybe different to were your vomit comes out different colors!. if its happened before many times, then yeah, its most likely normal!. if your really worried, go to a doctor!.

when you don't eat anything, it usually comes out clear or yellow (from stomach acid and bile)!.

my suggestion!? eat crackers, applesauce, and drink water and mint tea!.

good luck, and feel betterWww@Answer-Health@Com

you might just die!
*Let the devil come out of you!!*
See a priest!. They are very helpful I heard when your puking up the demonic spirits from inside you!.
Exorcists help too :)Www@Answer-Health@Com

Very commonly reported symptom of many terminal illnesses!.Www@Answer-Health@Com

go to the doctor it sounds like your kidneys are not working!.Www@Answer-Health@Com

it could be stomach acid, or something you drank!.Www@Answer-Health@Com

eww that's normal normal
and not healthy
you need to start eating stuff
and not only drink stuff

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