what could be causing my baby to be so sick ?

Stacy - posted on 03/07/2012 ( 189 moms have responded )

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my 4 yr old daughter has been randomly puking at least once a week for over 6 months now she says her back hurts when she pukes and the only way she can explain it to me is by telling me it hurts like metal but i dont understand what that means .im guessing it means it hurts badly .she never has a fever or runny nose or any other symptoms just puking .IF anyone may have any ideas as to what this could be please let me know because im very worried ! her docs all say its nothing but im concerned it is much more .this is not normal ! please help me !

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Sarah - posted on 03/07/2012

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I would ask for a second opinion if you're doctor's not taking it seriously.



Start keeping a diary of times when she's sick and what she's eating prior to that.

Susan - posted on 03/07/2012

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Please ask your doctor to order a blood ammonia test for your daughter. She may have a rare, LIFE THREATENING condition usually diagnosed on autopsy called hyperammonemia. Is she vomiting mucus? In hyperammonemia, the body makes too much ammonia from food, especially protein, and the vomiting is the body's way of trying to expell the ammonia. Essentially, the child is poisoned by the excess ammonia and has poisoning symptoms. A metabolic specialist can help. I am the parent of an adult who survived hyperammonemia, after almost dying before he was diagnosed.

Tamara - posted on 03/07/2012

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Wow, a lot of scary stories! As other posters have mentioned, you definitely should get things check out and get a second opinion, just in case, but keep in mind that it *might* be nothing, too. So, don't start worrying too much before you get the facts. (Although, you are your child's strongest advocate, so don't get complacent either, especially if you feel there is a problem).

My son used to throw up if he had too much sugar and then ran around a lot (i.e. after almost every birthday party he attended), but he grew out of it after a couple of years. In his case, it wasn't anything to worry about. Hopefully, it will be something benign like that for your child, as well.

Carly - posted on 03/07/2012

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My son randomly started throwing up and the docs couldn't figure it out but I knew it was an issue when he'd thrown up 5 times in one month at different times. I finally figured out he was allergy to wheat which is different from celiac disease. So she could be having an allergic reaction to something.

Chrystal - posted on 03/07/2012

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I'd get a second opinion for sure. Could be any number of things but a doctor really should take it more serious than yours did kids don't vomit weekly for no reason. I'd try keeping a log of everything around her vomiting like foods, activities, unusual events that day, etc you never know what it could be and the more info a doctor has the better chance of getting to the bottom of it. Hope you can figure out whats going on

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Alison - posted on 09/11/2012

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Stacy Polk,

Could you give us an update on your daughter? You had so many people respond I'm sure we all would like to hear how she is now.

Michelle Farfalla - posted on 09/09/2012

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This used to happen to my son and a friends mother who was a school nurse for many years said she used to see it all the time. Many times is was allergy or post nasal drip that would tickle the kids throats and make them gag and vomit. Usually just once. I mentioned it to his pediatrician and he concurred, after looking into his ears, nose & throat. The drip can be from allergies such as outdoor or food items. My son was also lactose intolerant, so that may had aided in his mucus production. Maybe the backache is just from the jolt of Getting up & puking. Bending over & gagging is never fun or comfortable. I would definitely keep a daily record of hat she is eating and her daily activities to present to her doctor.

Daniela - posted on 09/09/2012

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I would definitely take her to a doctor. I think its possible it could be rrelated tk a kidney condition. I married into a family that has a ton of kidney issues and back pain and vomiting are HUVE red.flags. beat of luck

danielaf

Victoria - posted on 08/22/2012

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The same thing is happing to my 1 1/2 year old. My doctor also dosen't seem to care to much, but the weird part is I watch a 2 year old and she also has puke through this time too. I just don't know what to do............

Susan - posted on 06/02/2012

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call another doctor or at least see a nurse at a Walgreen's Clinic Watch = what she is eating!

Tanya - posted on 06/02/2012

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I saw that someone recommended colloidal silver. I love natural cures for things, but please google Argyria before you start anything with colloidal silver. It can cause permanent discoloration of the skin...not something you want to do to your daughter, I'm sure!

Rose - posted on 03/28/2012

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throw your buden upon god,himself and he himself willsustain you pray to god and he will give you courriege and strenth,communicate with him and tell him your sorrows, god is near to those who are broken heart

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Does this happen after eating a particular food?It could be an allergy or intolerance to something.I have lactose intolerance & many other things besides.They tell me it is IBS.But IBS treatment makes the bowel problems worse.Sometimes the docs are not helpful.They can't always find the problem.The easy way out for them is,it doesn't exist.You know when something is wrong.Maybe a dietician can help.I know you must be desperate.Could it be milk allergy,lactose intolerance, milk protein,wheat eggs?I hope this can get you started.Good luck

Susan - posted on 03/23/2012

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My youngest son did this when he was 2 months old to almost 4 months old before they finally found out that he had a stomach muscle that was having spasms. The doctor gave him medication for it and he was fine after that.

Sandra - posted on 03/23/2012

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Does it happen after she eats something, or drinks too much?

Girls can also get urinary infections beacuse the urethra is short still.

My kids all threw up when they had ear infections, showing no other signs.

I would check it with a doctor, there may be something they can catch early.

Christine - posted on 03/23/2012

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Is she saying it hurts like metel, or it tastes like metel? Sometimes blood can taste like metel! I would ask again and make sure she is not throwing up any blood!

Jean - posted on 03/22/2012

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Dear Stacy, I don't know what would be going on with your daughter but I understand your feelings. Have you considered natural medicine? I have been studying herbal healing on line from Dr. Christopher. He also takes phone calls Monday through Friday from 12:00 to 1:00 Utah time. His number is 1-800-372-8255. He may be able to help you know what you can do for your daughter. I hope this can help you.

Suzanne - posted on 03/22/2012

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A great book to help is called "Bragg's Healthy Lifestyle" by Paul and Patricia Bragg. In the meantime, Colloidal Silver is a great remedy for anything "germ" related to throwing up. It comes in liquid form from Natural food stores. It's practically tasteless and works wonders! The one time my son was very sick..throwing up everything ...colloidal silver fixed it all in less than 1 hour. (he ate and retained anything he chose..which was broccoli cheddar soup and a pickle :)) It may take a little longer than that for you, but can help boost your child's health in such an awesome way.



Second, sometimes certain food combinations can not sit well with stomachs. I.e. mixing fruit with vegetables within 15 minutes of each other. If this might be your situation, just give the fruit at least 15 minutes before vegetables are given. You may want to wait longer than that...just to see if anything changes.



Hope you find an answer. We all want great health--especially for our kids. That book is phenomenal and it will definitely be a great read--if you choose to get it :)



Lots of love,

Suzanne

Christine - posted on 03/21/2012

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Could it be something she is eating? My daughter has had a similar issue at three and a half years. I have suspected too much lactose.

Tina - posted on 03/21/2012

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My daughter did this & had poor weight gain & small for her age. She complained of stomach ache though. After several tests she has celiac disease. Keep track of everything she eats for a while to see if there an allergy connection. You may be able to morrow something down that way. Good luck to you!

Maureen - posted on 03/20/2012

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My Daughter had a similar situation she would randomly vomit. It was more common at Holiday Parties and at my Mom's house it was not until she was about 3 years old and we were on a flight to Baltimore that she got sick just after eating the in flights nuts they give you. The stewardess came over and helped clean her up and advised me to have her tested for nut allergies. Her son had the same reaction to all nuts and legumes. when we got home we had her tested and sure enough she was allergic. we did not catch it sooner since I don't like nuts or peanut butter so I did not have them in the house but my family does. My Mom would always make her a PB&J sandwich and my Aunts put nuts in just about every dish at the holidays. So i would look at her diet and see if there is a common thread between a food and the vomiting

Amanda - posted on 03/20/2012

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Oh, I give my daughter the ones that come as capsules and I break them open and put it in an ounce of her juice. Then I give it to her to drink through a straw to make sure she gets it all.

Amanda - posted on 03/20/2012

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I would make sure I gave her probiotics. Make sure the dose is in the billions, and yogurt is not a good source unless it's homemade with raw milk. Just go to the health food store or the Vitamin Shop and get some for her. Get the ones out of the refrigerator. They have ones for kids. They are the best. They will not hurt her. Probiotic means "pro-life" so don't think anything can go wrong. Just try it. If nothing else, she'll just be healthier and you'll need something else to help the vomiting, but unless you give her these already she needs them.

Kimberly - posted on 03/20/2012

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Look into the possibility of Reflux..Did she have it as an infant. My 4 y/o girl ahd reflux as a baby and seemingly grew out of it..Last year she had a severe case of the stomach bug and after the intial 24 hrs of vomiting she was fine , then every day for over a week she vomited 1x a day and it got to the point she became so dehydrated she was admitted to the hospital for 5 days during and 2 weeks after she vomited every day. because of the reflux..once they gave her medicine it stopped!!



I would keep a food diary of what she eats, how long after she eats when she vomits. It may be an allergy.

The pain she feels is probably from the muscles retracting when she vomits..We use a lot of acessory mucsles when we vomit.

Most of all I would go for a second opinion..Always trust your gut and keep looking for your answer!

Elizabeth - posted on 03/20/2012

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The symtoms could be so many things I have twins who have had so many problems with different foods it was a lt of trying different things. If you are not getting answers from a doctor go to a nutritionist thats where I got a lot of help.First I would take gluten which is a wheat based product out of her diet and milk thats what I did and I saw a difference in 2 weeks she may be allergic to wheat and dairy. It is hard at first but there are a lot of wheat free products now. My boys drink rice milk which they love and it is better for them anyway.It sounds like a kidney problem which can be checked with a blood test so can cyliac disease.

Danielle - posted on 03/20/2012

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Hi Stacy,



I agree with other Moms that recommend taking her to the doctor, but I've also been through something similar with our daughter. When she was nine days old she began vomiting violently and this went on all day long. After a time, we of course called the doc and they sent us right to the children's hospital in our area as they thought her intestines had suddenly twisted. This was not the case thank goodness and after endless tests, monthly vomiting spells, and countless doctor visits, I finally sat down on the computer. She was about 10 months old and I was at my wits end. I had continually told the doc it seemed to be running in some sort of a cycle. So low and behold, I typed Cyclic illnesses in Children and there it was. http://www.cvsaonline.org/ Every symptom my daughter had was staring back at me off the page. I couldn't believe it.



Now this may have nothing to do with your daughter, but I took all the info to her doc and it seemed this might well be her issue as all other medical problems had been ruled out. We still weren't sure and mind you, my daughter did nothing but breast feed until she was six months old. The child wouldn't drink a bottle or even take a pacifier so we knew it had nothing to do with formulas or anything like that. But it may well have had something to do with diet, but I'll get back to that.



CVS or Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome is a bit strange as many children are simply suffering from migraine headaches(which is what my daughter has). To think she had her first migraine at 9 days old is mind blowing, but this was certainly our daughters issue. Now most docs have been trained that kids cannot get migraine until 3 years of age which I know to be an absolute falsehood. Of course we weren't sure until she toddled up to me around two years old and said Mommy my head hurts and she was vomiting violently within the next couple days.



There are many of these kids though that have no migraine headache and nothing else is really going on, but suddenly start to vomit. All cycles are different too. Some may be once a week for two days, some may be every 6 months with a straight week of being sick, (my boss' daughter was this cycle). Sadly too, these longterm spells require hospitalization due to dehydration.



You can find more info on CVS if you click on the link above. But, please have your daughter checked thoroughly by her doctor. If all is well, and I certainly hope it is, it could simply be this issue.



I would also keep an eye on her diet as well and keep a diary even. I realized our daughters spells were being triggered by my monthly cycles believe it or not and stopped nursing as soon as I realized this. Her doc believes she was getting hormones from me and this is a big trigger for migraine, but food is also another. We found that dairy is a biggie for her, so we try to limit her intake of dairy especially ice cream.



Elise is now a beautiful, active 11 year old that still has migraines, but we do control them with ibuprofin to some degree.



Like I mentioned earlier, please, please take her to the doctor and have her checked out, but here is that link again if you want to check out the CVSA site. http://www.cvsaonline.org/



Good luck and I'll be praying for your daughter that all is well.

Emy - posted on 03/20/2012

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u should really ask them to run a general test for her.Could be anything, from kiddneys to lactose intolerance or anyother problem.Do not trust the doctors that says is nothing.

Linda - posted on 03/20/2012

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I don't know if this a similar scenario, but my grandson has always had a sensitive gag reflex. He hurls when he has a coughing fit, chokes on a bread crumb, or goes into a hard-core crying jag.

Wendy - posted on 03/20/2012

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yeah have her kidneys checked definatly shawn is right . not to scare u but my nieces niece has a baby that 5 yrs old that was born with some kinda of kidney cancer kaydance has been cancer free for 4 yrs now n doing good so far

Randi - posted on 03/19/2012

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Keep track of everything she eats, drink and does (like go outside to play) and see if you can find a pattern. If its an allergy you should find one then take that information to you doctor. Also what happens before and after the incidents is important. Is your daughter trying to get out of doing something? Or does she want some attention? My 5 year old son was puking at school on purpose cause he learned that the school would send him home. Now he knows that if he isn't really sick he will be cleaned up and returned to school. But because of the school rules a "family" member has to determine if he is sick or not, not a school official. I had to have a meeting with the principal, his teacher, and Ryan's grandmother to get us on the same page when he pukes.

April - posted on 03/19/2012

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See a pediatric gastroenterologist! Look into Celiac Disease, acid reflux, or cyclical vomiting disease.

Ellen - posted on 03/19/2012

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The best pediatrician to ask about your daughter's condition is Dr. Bob Sears. His father, brother and sister are also pediatricians - have written several books. Are great doctors. Their website is AskDrSears.com. I would call Dr. Bob's office and ask for a phone consultation. This does need to addressed. Please. Let me know what happens... for the health of your family.

Christina - posted on 03/19/2012

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get a referal for a pediatric gastrointestinal doctor. My feeling is you know your child better than anyone including your doctor. Dont leave it alone till you have an answer!

Sharie - posted on 03/19/2012

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My 5 year old does something very similar. Except she doesn't complain of any pain and she vomits every night between 11:00pm - and 1:00am between the months of oct. and December. And and every year it starts earlier and last longer. Her Ped GIs at Loma Linda university children's hospital in California couldn't find anything wrong her first 10 months of life. Once we moved back home, ( my husband was in the military) we saw another Ped Gi and he dragged his feet on running test so we just saw a new Ped Gi and she thinks she has abdominal migraines. Even though she doesn't complain of headaches. But just to be sure I am supposed to call her as soon as she starts her "episodes" and they will get her in right away to scope her stomach to be sure they aren't missing anything else. That is the only test that she hadn't done.

Nikki - posted on 03/19/2012

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My interpretation of "metal" is hard. A deep, hard pain. Sounds like something internal and I would seek a different doctor. Sadly, it is true that many pediatricians simply aren't paying attention the way they should and sounds like this one isn't listening. No, it is not normal to have emesis on such a regular basis. It could be something less tragic like an overactive gag reflex, but that would not come with pain. It could be something simple to fix, like a UTI. More seriuosly, it could be her liver, gallbladder, kidneys... PLEASE, take her to another doctor. And not the ER. They are there for a quick fix only. She needs to be seen.

Claudia - posted on 03/19/2012

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We had a similar problem: it was the cow's milk. He was totally fine when we switched to lactose free. It also depends on the country, strangely enough, since cows do not eat the same stuff everywhere are as a consequence the milk is not the same, regardless of fat content, homogeneization and so on.

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She might be having an allergic reation to something she ate. A friend of mine has a child that allergic to dairy products and it causes her stomach to bloat and then she pukes. Talk with a peds dr and monitor what you feed her and write it down. It could be something in her diet that isnt agreeing with her.

TaraLynne - posted on 03/18/2012

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my son just went throught this, not for 6 months, but for quite a few weeks, the "metal" feeling,.. his back muscles were "hard". He had a stomach virus, 10 days on a very strong antibiotic, Keflex, and now he is much better, but it was hell.. some nights he vomitted 2-3 times. Good luck.. hope she gets better.

Rebecca - posted on 03/18/2012

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I agree, don't go demanding everything! As an ER nurse (with a strong peds background) a really good history is everything! With high ammonia levels a person would have neurological signs (confusion) with pneumonia, fevers and a lethargic kid!

Brain tumor rare, but I did see a case of intermittent vomiting due to increased inter cranial pressure. Pancreatitis in a child that young very rare (never heard of).

Before you freak out, try expressing to your pediatrician why youre concerned. The length (6months now makes it a chronic problem). There's a high likelihood, it's not life threatening!!!!!! But trust your instincts and calmly move to the next step.

Hope this helps! ;)

Sandy - posted on 03/18/2012

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Go to another Doctor! Children sometimes get sick to their stomach if the are constapated. I would find another doctor asap :>

Stephanie - posted on 03/18/2012

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Does she drink chocolate milk? I have a reason for asking, promise, and no chocolate milk is not bad;), just was involved with our 4 yr old who was randomly vomiting for about a year.

Ginny - posted on 03/18/2012

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I wonder if your daughter is just really sensitive to energy and what's going on around her. Did you know that trapped emotions can cause things like this to happen? My nephew throws up quite regularly when there's alot of stress going on around him. He tends to absorb other's stress and emotional unrest. I use energy testing to help find and release the trapped emotions and stressful energy and he usually stops throwing up immediately. He just needs that help to release it all. I've worked with alot of kids who have weird symptoms that no one can really help with or explain. Skin rashes, bad coughs, nausea, etc. most of it clears up right away as we find and release the trapped emotions. My favorite thing about it is they're not being asked to ingest anything, it's a perfectly safe therapy that really works and I've seen remarkable results in most cases. If you want to know more, please feel free to let me know. I do realize it's weird and outside of "call your doctor" but it's an important piece of the puzzle that most doctors won't see or know how to address.

Christine Hess - posted on 03/18/2012

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Sounds like food intolerances to me... keep a journal of foods eaten. Biggest culprits: MILK, wheat, soy, corn. A detailed food journal w/ symptoms (there's apps on line for it too) will tell you more then any doc will ever be able to tell you. And/or find a good natural doc in your area that will do blood work on her. Six months is too long. We went through this same situation and went to every doc and kept being told it's nothing... 5 docs later we tried a Naturopath who told us that she had Celiac (no gluten) and is intolerant to Milk. Symptoms quit immediately. We went back to specialist and they ran the test for Celiac and they agreed. Argh. Remember, you are your child's advocate... stick in there until you get an answer. Google: elimination diet.



In the mean time, you should try a good Digestive Enzyme (they have ones for kids) and we had great luck w/ Chewable Colostrom (i get them on amazon). Neither of these two things will hurt and can only help!!

Elizabeth - posted on 03/18/2012

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It could be something she is eating or drinking. If her doctor is not concerned then find another doctor. It could also be an animal making her sick. Just keep an eye on her and see if you notice something that is the same each episode and you might figure out whats making her sick. Also if she is cutting teeth, especially her eye teeth, it can make her sick to her stomach.

Erica - posted on 03/18/2012

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First check to see if its anything she has become allergic to if this is not something that she does eat everyday only on the days she is sick..!! If she has not had any problems with what she is given then you must seek a doctors help!!!! She may have an infection in her body that you may not be able to see...!!!! And you must be careful as this could mean a kidney infection which also causes back pain but if she shows no allergies then you must have her taken to the doctors for urine and blood tests that way all possibilities are ruled out...!!!!

Gina - posted on 03/18/2012

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My oldest daughter started vommiting on an every four week schedule after going to sleep . This started around age five . I would take her to the dr over and over for almost a year and they would tell me gastroenteritis ! Finally I said how many times does a child have to be sick to say it is something else . Anyway we did lab X-rays etc... And she was diagnosed with abdominal migraines . It's also called cyclical vomotting. It affected her eyes because of repeated pressure when vomotting and of corse she couldn't gain weight. She began to look like a failure to thrive baby at age 5 ( unusual) anyway oddly enough it began after we moved into a house I bought and stopped when we moved out! (she was checked for lead poisoning)! But it was very bizarre!

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This is very interesting to me,as my 5 year old daughter,has been doing the same,for a couple of years now.She always did have terrible reflux,as a baby and has also suffered from alot of constipation issues...Her belly,always looks,as if it is ready to 'pop'.I can't say that it has happened on a weekly basis,over this period of time,but I have noticed a couple of things,that make it more likely it occur.If I allow her to eat higher fatty foods,such as rich dairy products,or rich pastries,pasta cabonara,etc,she is much more likely,to vomit.Sometimes,what she throws up,is rather throthy,white stuff and at other times,proper food.At a play centre,just two days ago,she projectile vomited,out a white cottage cheese looking ball,of 'stuff'.It occurs and then she is perfectly fine,hence,I know it sounds dreadful,but I have never further investigated,what the issue may be,although,do think that I am at the stage,where I will take her for a stomach X-Ray,just to check,that all is fine.Lily,always used to complain,that her tummy hurt,if she had too much milk,but now that I give her only A2,or Lactose free milk,she no longer says that...Too me,the pain she suffers and the burning(hurts like metal),suggest reflux,issues.I know,as I have chronic reflux and do feel a burning sensation and do actually have vomiting attacks myself (always,one vomit..then,I am fine..usually,around 2 am,in the morning).The Doctor did tell me,to follow a low acidity diet and to eat at least 3 hours,prior,to bed time...Oddly enough,I did also have alot of vomiting attacks,as a child,from about 8 years,onwards,but they would go on until the locum Doctor would come and give me an injection,to make the vomiting stop..they used to put that down,to Gall Bladder attacks.They were always caused by rich food,or too much dairy.Best of luck! If I find out more,from my daughters X-Rays,I will let you know...but..she has this and she is otherwise a pefectly healthy child,in every way.So I am leaning towards it being,reflux,a sensetive stomach,or an allergy to some additive,in certain foods.

Rebecca - posted on 03/18/2012

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Go back to your pediatrician and insist on a referral to a gastroenterologist!

Vomiting once a week is not normal and not good

For the harsh stomach acids to be eroding her esophagus!

Have you noticed a correlation with what she's eating?

My 3 year old had a few bouts and I noticed she was eating to much to fast,

But it resolved after a month.

Ellen - posted on 03/18/2012

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First let her know you will not be mad but you need to know if at any time she put something in her mouth that tasted like metal. Next take her off all milk and see if that helps. You should see a difference in a day or two My son puke every time he drank milk found out he had allergic reaction. Also a child may think that blood taste like metal. I would demand that a test be run for infection and an x-ray of her tummy be taken. Above all see a specialest.

Karen - posted on 03/18/2012

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Is she coughing? Is it after a certain type of food or environmental item? May check for ASTHMA.

I had extreme coughing for over a year - coughed til I threw up 5-7 times a day sometimes. Never slept, but rested in recliner all night between coughes. My regular doctor tried every cold or flu type medicine but no help. Another doc suggested eatting disorder was a "popular choice", but I knew that neither answer was right. After living with it (and the TERRIBLE effects stomach acid can do to teeth!) for so long, I just got used to being misserable.

I was in my early 30s, helping raise my young niece & nephew (both under 5). It was a beautiful spring day, when I set on the front steps watching the kids play with chaulk, holding my chest. Five months before my father had a few heart attaches & needed surgery. My mom immediately put the kids in the car & rushed me to the ER.

After some tests, and being scared to death, Doctor told me my heart was in GREAT shape. He did, however, ask how long I had been having ASTHMA? He asked if I'd been having any coughing spells lately, wheezing, or chest discomfort. He told us that my LUNGS and BRONCHIAL tubes were in Terible shape. With all the pollens outside, he wasn't surprised to see me in the ER! No One had EVER mentioned Asthma to me, because I NEVER did any of the 'typical' signs, like Wheezing.

My life changed drastically that day, and I am very thankful for that doctor who knew enough to look beyond the problem I was complaining about. Family history is VERY important, but ALL things can be SYMPTOMS even if you don't think it's that big of a big deal.

When my son was born five years later, he was a tiny infant who couldn't stop coughing. At three months old, his step sisters had a cold, but what he got was "bronchitus & pneumonia" & ASTHMA diagnosis. When weather changes we know to expect to use the medicine and don't panic as much as I could have had (if it hadn't been my coughing the doctor noticed all those years earlier).

GOOD LUCK!

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