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    9 year old always feels ill in the morning
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    capecodmom posted:
    Hi, My daughter feels nauseous every morning and then she goes to the bathroom (no #2 usually) and feels better. She is also a very picky eater, she actually doesn't eat much at all, but she loves sweets. Which we try to limit.
    And also, she has a weak stomach and has these pouts of vomiting that last a few hours in the morning, I'd say they happen every few months, but it's not on a regular schedule or anything.
    The doctor says she just has a sensitive stomach. But I'm worried it's something more than that.
    Someone here wrote that hypoglycemia and/or dehydration are the common causes of morning nausea. That makes sense b/c she is such a small/lighter. Her frequent nausea makes her even more of a light eater, unfortunately!
    The person here suggested drinking a glass of milk in the a.m.. Unfortunately, my girl hates milk. Any suggestions, would be appreciated.
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