i have 6 years old son who always refuses to have breakfast or even drink anything in the morning because he said he always feels like throwing up everytime he put anything in his month in the morning. Couple times i tried to force him to drink milk or water in the morning and he ended up throwing up all over the floor. This kin of thing been going on since he was 4 years old. Do you know what should i do about this?
I used to have that problem growing up because I had allergies with post nasal drip. In the mornings my stomach was often very queasy. If you think your son might have allergies ask about putting him on a daily antihistamine and nasal spray to see if the problem gets better. I also found it helped sometimes to eat a few saltine crackers right away when I got out of bed, before I walked around much, and then wait a half hour or so to eat anything else.
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