History: This all started in late May. My 8 yr old daughter and I were occasionally nauseated. The whole family had a bout with diarrhea/soft stool. My husband had just figured out that he had Giardiasis for 3 years (he tested positive 3 years ago and the medicine they put him on didn't clear it and was having lots of strange symptoms and finally figured out that it hadn't gone away). He went on Metronidazole. We were worried that somehow the rest of us had gotten Giardiasis, so we all got our stool tested. My 8 yr old and I had nothing in our stool. My 4 yr old had d. fragilis in her stool, another parasite, which doesn't always cause symptoms and can attach itself to pinworms, which my 4 yr old definitely had in January. I think most of us did have the pinworms. Anyway, the rest of us went on the Metronidazole for 10 days. We were done with it in early June. My 8 yr old has had blood tests for numerous things, including celiac, nothing found. On July 23, my 4 yr old vomited and was very nauseous for a week and has been better since. Oh, I also had pressure in my large intestines, especially in the left side, but that has subsided. I had a abdominal CT scan and nothing abnormal.
My 8 yr old daughter seems to have a dairy intolerance now and is still nauseated even when off dairy and it tends to get worse later in the day, she has less energy in general. My 4 yr old is nauseated a little in the morning, but is fine the rest of the day and can eat anything, but I don't give her orange juice, since that set off her vomiting that one day. I am generally feeling better, a little nauseated. Still fatigued, but I've always had a problem with being fatigued, yet no doctor believes me about this. It's mild. We are all trying Threelac, a strong probiotic. Just started that. It's supposed to help with bowel issues and combat candida. My husband is still a little nauseated, but he's had Giardia for 3 years and his body is still healing. I will post again another day to update, but any suggestions on what this may be, would be very much appreciated. My daughter is starting school soon and I don't know how she's going to be able to go through the whole day feeling like this.
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