have a 4yr old daughter who is urinating frequently late afternoon and early hrs of the morning and complaining about wet pants blood sugar levels are fine, she has had 2 hospital trips diagnoised with a mysterious bacterial infection made her very sick 40 plus temps ,vomiting tests revealed nothing conclusive, could she have cystitis
I just need answers. I wish there was someone I could talk to. I am so not sure what is going on with my 4 year old daughter. She has been experiencing this since probably the age of 1 1/2. She is doing the early morning vomiting. After taking her to the doctors at about age 2 she was given reglan and then it just caused her to have dirreah. So then she also lost hair, she has not lost weight but just seems to be getting better but recently she has started all over again the vomiting no diarreah just vomiting in the early mornings and then she is fine during the day. This only happens about once a month now. I am just stuck for answers and just want help.
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