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vomiting in night

I have a 4 yr old daughter that has vomited in her sleep the past 3 nights.  Last night was the first time she awoke first.  We went to the pediatrician today and he refered us to a neurologist.  We are waiting to get our appointment.  My daughter has been getting head ach's too, only after she had a bad fall last october which caused a seizure.  It was the only seizure she has ever had.  Now reading other people's blogs, it makes me concerned as to if she is having seizures in her sleep.  I guess we will have to wait for our nurologist appointmnt.
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My eight year old son has similar vomiting patterns. We too are going to see a neurologist. What did you find out?
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I saw a great program (sorry, but I forgot what station) anyway, it was titled Medical Mysteries. It was about a 6 year old girl who would vomit every night in her sleep (she had no recollection of it the next day). She was eventually diagnosed with a seizure disorder, which medication took care of, and the vomitting stopped. I'm glad you will be seeing a neurologist. I hope you can see him sooner than later.
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