Hello! My cat Amber, 14 years old, whom I've had for about 3 years now has just recently starting vomiting occasionally. I'd say it started in the last few months (October-ish). She hasn't had any changes to her diet that coincide with the onset of vomiting. She's never ever been a vomiter before, but now its happening approx. a couple of times a week which is way more than normal. Being older, I worry anytime she has the slightest symptom of anything wrong. She gets a regular dose of PEG Powder every day as she is prone to constipation. I took her to the vet yesterday and got her blood results back today. They did a whole panel plus a test for her pancreas, cardiac (the vet also heard a murmur which is brand new) and thyroid. Everything was normal as were her kidney levels. So its a bit mystifying what is causing her vomiting. The vet recommended a hypoallergenic diet, waiting and seeing, doing an x-ray or ultrasound to look for further diagnostic information or any possible masses she may not have been able to feel in her abdomen. I am wondering if this means she could have IBD or lymphoma? Her only symptom is vomiting, she does not have diarrhea and she never has before. What do you think or what is your advice how you would proceed? Start with the hypoallergenic food or go straight to more diagnostics? Anyone know more about IBD treatment and symptoms or been through a similar thing? Back in 2015 I had my first cat (Sidney) who was a chronic vomited (almost every night) and she ended up dying of cancer we did not detect early enough to treat. They suspected it was untreated IBD > lymphoma > metastisized. It broke my heart and I never want to go through that again. So, with cat #2 I don't want to let her vomiting go on too long... is it even possible her constipation can be related to IBD?