My twin sons started this when they were about a week old.
It seems to be food triggered, but am not exactly sure. When they were newborns it was their formula. At that age when they would vomit it wasn't just a little bit, it was everything they ate. It wasn't projectile, but the vomiting was sudden, and quick coming out their nose and mouth.
Then after putting them on soy formula, it got better, but did not go away completely.
The doctors said they were developing fine, so it was nothing to worry about.
Then it seemed that certain things would bother them, like motion sickness, certain smells, light...
It seemed to be a sensitivity problem. After some time we noticed that foods would also trigger the vomiting. Tomatoes, hot dogs, or anything processed. Spicy foods would aggravate them.
It has been very frustrating when my sons would be playing, then all of the sudden they would get nauseated, then have to stop and throw up everything they ate.
Another symptom is they have to stop eating when they start to feel full because that will trigger vomiting also.
I'm frustrated with this and would like to know what the problem is. Doctors aren't going to help us so I'm going to give my sons herbs to help with their upsets.
Thank you ahead of time.
My sons and I are tired of this, and I am frustrated after spending time in the ER last night because of abdominal pain, nausea, and gas~ and being told....*he will be fine* after the doctor told my son he needed to throw up. He does not want to throw up anymore! Neither of them do!
I WANT ANSWERS!
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