So my sister has been in and out of the hospital about 5 times for the last 6 years. About once a year she is admitted because she is so weakened from almost non-stop vomiting of bile. The doctors have officially told us that they cannot do anything else because in all the tests they say she seems perfectly fine, and she has had a lot of tests. Her major symptoms are vomiting whenever she eats food and abdominal pains.
She is currently on day number 16 of no food due to the vomiting and the hospital has sent her home with some feneigrin(sp? Its to prevent the vomiting) and told her to try and get some fluids into her. We don't know what to do and just want to try and figure out what is causing these fits.
My dad believes that the reason it started this time is due to her consuming a large amount of alcohol the night before it all started. But this is not common among the other times she has had the same vomiting sprees.
Any help, tips or advice is appreciated.
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