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vomiting in evenings for 6 months

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • November 29, 2013
  • 03:22 AM

I am a 17 year old girl who has been having stomach problems. December will be my 6th month of having these problems. My symptoms are that i will vomit up my evening meal when it hasn't had a chance to digest. My problems started in Apri when i couldnt keep any sort of food down for about a week i went to my family doctor and he diagnosed me with gastritis and put me on a liquid diet, after 3 days my symptoms cleared up. In early july i started throwing up every day after dinner and i still have to this day. in the middle of july i went back to my family doctor and he perscribed me a anti acid. my symptoms continued and i went back about the beginning of august he gave me a higher dosage of antiacids and refereed me to a gi doctor. a couple weeks later i went to the er with uncontrollable stomach pain and vomiting they took blood tests and did an ultra sound on my gallbladder but everything turned out fine. i then met with the gi doctor and she perscibed me cexia, anti acids, and a probiotic. she also put me on a fodmap diet that restricted me from dairy gluten and sugar. i then went in for an endoscopy everything came out fine and the head gi doctor told my parents it was probably a mental thing. i got my biopsys back a couple weeks later and it showed i was lactose intolerant. i am still vomiting while being on the very bland fodmap diet and latley i have been experiencing headaches. some days are worse than others but i end up throwing up almost every day in the evenigns and the doctors have just kind of given up Any suggestions would be very much appreciated.

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