I really need someones help. I have taken my 4yr old daughter to the hospital, to her doctor and im stille very concernd for her. She has been throughing up for 4 weeks now off and on. about once every 24 hours or sometimes ever 2 days or so. in the last 4 days we noticed her tummy expanding. she has had dierra off and on and in the last 24 hours has ran to the bathroom ever 20 min with the erdge to go sometimes not able to go and sometimes dierra. She is starting to lose her appitight. she drinks well. Doctor says she has acid reflux and put her on zantec. she has had 5 doses now. so why is she not getting better. is there something the doctors are missing. i should add her CBC came back all normal and the doc says her exray of her tummy show gas or acid in them. im now just desprat for other answers.
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