Hi Tony. I was just wondering if you had had any responses to your post that were beneficial. My 7 year old duaghter sounds like she has the exact same symptoms since she was 4. I feel so bad for her because she tries to ignore the nausea, but it often keeps her from being active and even playing. She has been put on prilosec but it does not help. It is a daily occurance for her. we have been refered to a pediatric gastrologist, but her appointment is three months away. I am so tierd of seeing her feel bad. I keep feeling like there is something I am missing or something I should be able to do I feel so helpless. I wondered if you would be kind enough to email me at ***@**** with any suggestions or comments you may have received.
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