My daughter is 3 years old. Three weeks ago she began vomiting about every 15 minutes. After 4 hours of this, we took her to the emergency room. We were told she had a virus and were given phenergan plo, which did not help. Since then we have been in and out of the ER and even to a children's hospital. None of them can figure out what is wrong with her. Her only symptoms are the vomiting and severe pain in her solar plexis area. Sometimes we think she is getting better, then the next day she starts vomiting again. I am so worried something is seriously wrong, but nobody is helping her. Does anyone know what could be causing this? She has always been very healthy without any stomach problems at all until now. Please help me...I don't know how much more of this my little girl can take.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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