Several years ago I was not able to eat hardly at all, and I was in pain all the time. I went through several tests and eventually was diagnosed with pseudotumor cerebri. I had surgery to have an AV shunt put in. Over the last few years, I've been having issues with my headaches again so my primary care doctor thought that rapid weight loss would help lower the amount of fluid that is always constantly building up in my brain. Therefore, he suggested weight loss surgery. In December 2019, I got a laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy. Ever since the surgery, I barely eat because I am literally throwing up all day. I had a CCK done and my liver and gallbladder have been checked and everything seems fine. My primary doctor has put me on Marinol because he has tried all other nausea and vomiting medicines on me and none of them worked. The Marinol has significantly slowed the vomiting. However, I don't want to settle for being on medicine and being sick all of the time. I want to find out the underlying cause of what is going on with me. I have researched all that I can and I can't find any answers. And this is not a nutrition problem because when I am able to eat, I don't eat junk food. I eat pretty healthy when I am able to eat, which is not very often. I exercise, I do yoga. All of my bloodwork has come back as fine. The surgeon that did my gastric sleeve surgery, basically told me that the CCK was the last option as far as knowing what is going on with me. He left me feeling pretty helpless so I am turning to the online medical community for the first time in my life. I need answers, please help!