7 days ago my 7 year old daughter woke up with stomach pain and vomiting at 5am. She vomited bile and had slight diarrhea. She had no fever and no other symptoms. After the episode she was fine. This morning (a week later) she is having the same exact symptoms. Again she vomited bile and her diarrhea is very watery again. Her episode started at 4:30/5 am this morning and she has no fever. She says her stomach hurts where her belly button is and she is in a lot of pain. She is curled up on the floor in pain. She says she has no headache and she has no fever.
Can anyone help?
My 7 year daughter started doing this Wednesday moght, has thrown up Saturday evening, and again a little while ago (Wednesday night). We have racked hr brains ans can't figure it out. We have follow-up with doctor next week, or sooner of we decide to take her to the ER. Docs thought it was caused by allergy reactiong but she has shown no other symptoms two of three times.
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