My 13 year old son since June of 2010 has been vomitting. It started out every 3 weeks for a few days, increased to every two weeks, then every week, then non stop, and finally there are many occasions when liquides aren't held down. Abdominal pain that's up high is also now apart of it. He used to have diareaha. He has lost 30+ pounds. We have been to ped gastro specialist at childrens. So far he's been diagnosed with every digestive disorder, and then had those taken away. He's been on all medications. He's had several tests, proceedures. Everything is normal except for he had a high amount of allergic cells in his colon, and he's anemic. Even the medicines to treat those have had no effect. I have done all diets for him and the burning, vomit still remain. He is now on steroids plus 3 other meds. And he's still vomiting. To make this clear, he loses count when it hits full on. He cannot sleep at night. This is when most of it starts. I will find that he's been up as long as 36 hours due to pain. The specialist has said he has no other solutions. I would love to see him laugh, play, complain about school work, being anoying to his sibilings. please help.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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