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6 year old vomiting every night
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ltlhlpfrmafriend posted:
I just moved in with my GF who has a 6 year old son, he about 2 weeks ago began vomiting every night between 3 and 5 and then would have diarreah first part of the morning. He went away for the second week to hs grandma's some place more familiar and he was kept closely to the brat diet his symptoms went away but upon his return he began vomiting at night again but now has he abscence of the diarreah and is happy and active in the daytime.
he is beggining to ask us why cant I make it through the night? please any help or ideas? His diet hasnt changed, he recently got a new bed and bedding and living with me is a new thing he has never had to do. Anxiety?
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Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff responded:
Hello and Welcome -

I am sorry for the late response and hope this little guy is doing better and your GF has talked with his pediatrician about what's going on.

Here are a couple of resources that may be helpful -

Nausea and Vomiting: A Mom's Guide for the Family
Anxiety, Stress, and Stomachaches

Please keep us posted and let us know how things are going,
Elizabeth


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