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An_247385 posted:
My daughter just started school Monday. Tuesday, she did not make it to her first class, feeling sick (nausea) was picked up early. Wednesday, I brought her to her Doctor who claimed she was fine and it appeared she was having anxiety. Thursday, same episode, but her period came down and after staying home in the morning, I brought her to school later in the morning. Friday, she woke up with nausea, chills and she vomited slightly. This is frustrating since we do not know what's causing. The first time these symptoms occurred, I brought her to the emergency room and they only found her slightly constipated/dehydrated. These symptoms reoccurred this week, my daughter wants to go to school, I'm convinced she's not bullied, nor stressed. She wakes up with nausea and after about 2-3 hours, she's fine. Her doctor, the internet, nothing indicates what's causing it. She is on her cycle too..SO, is it PMS and cycle symptoms; is it anxiety, is it stress, HELP: "What is it"?
Lolita72 responded:
I dont know but I would say the cycles, I remember i used to get stomach problems,nausea, it was the end of the world for me. Take her to an specialist, maybe there is something she can take to feel better, good luck

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