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nausea for 3 weeks

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • February 8, 2007
  • 06:13 PM

My daughter is 12 years old and has nausea for 3 weeks. I have been to the doctor numberous times and she is still feeling sick. They have said that she had a sinus infection and know they say that it is acid reflex. Does anyone know of anything that is going around or what it could be. She may be fine for a couple hours out of the day but the nausea always comes back. She has missed 3 weeks of school and I have missed many days of work and they are not finding out what is wrong with her. Please help!

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  • How is her diet? How much water does she drink? Does she have any food cravings? Is she overweight or underweight? She is a teen, so her body needs lots of nutrients to undergo growth and development.
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • February 8, 2007
    • 06:21 PM
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  • My daughter is 19 and she has been nausea for four weeks and she cn't keep solid food down, as soon as she eat it come up within five to ten minutes. She has had an endoscopy, a cat-scan and now she has to go for a nuclear medicine stomach emptying study. I wish we can get to the bottom of this.
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • February 15, 2007
    • 06:11 PM
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  • My daughter has been ill for 8 weeks. Food/ drink comes up within 5-10 minutes of eating. She's had an endoscopy, ultrasound and a stomach emptying test. She is on her second set of blood work. She had an allergic reaction to the Reglan and the doctor seems to not know where to go next. She has lost 20-25 lbs during this time. We are very concerned, especially with the summer heat, that she is going to become dehydrated.
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