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Old 11-21-2007, 07:44 PM   #1
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always throwing up

My 16 year old son has been throwing up on and off for over a year usally at lease once a week, but this last month it is every morning, by around 10 he stops most days he is fine for lunch and dinner, he dose not have an ucler or acid reflex, he just had an upper gi and scan they called and said they had to redo the scan. he is a happy go lucky kid who loves to play basketball has friend etc. he gose to a small christian school that I work at so I know how he is doing in school he is a stright a student, but he will blow up very easy don't know if it has anything to do with is throwing up, he dose have adhd but dose not take any med for it. dose anyone have a clue s what it could be

 
Old 11-22-2007, 02:16 PM   #2
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Re: always throwing up

It could be his gall bladder. I was throwing up for six weeks before it got to a point it was everyday and I couldn't keep anything down. A two week hospital stay followed suit. Normally vomiting is not the only symptom and abdominal pain follows, but in my case it was only vomiting.

 
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Old 11-22-2007, 04:02 PM   #3
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Re: always throwing up

will the scan he just had show it, or what test do they do to see if it is his gallbladder

 
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Re: always throwing up

Does he have allergies/post nasal drip? If he wakes up with a lot of PND in his stomach and then ingests milk (with cereal, etc) or citrus juices, it can cause him to vomit. Or it could be gallbladder as well.

 
Old 11-23-2007, 05:12 AM   #5
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Re: always throwing up

No, and what is odd is, if he can sleep untill 10 or 11 he is usally okay.and no meds helps not even the med they give you if you are having cemo. we tryed to go on a low fat diet and no caffee we try very light dinners, we try no milk. but nothing, he still throws up and he throws up before he eats anything as soon as he gets up he gose stright to the bathroom sometimes he will just throw up a few times sometimes it 10 or more

 
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