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    Default Miss 3 still vomiting

    Miss 3 vomits all the time, and by all the time I mean at least once a week.

    She doesn't seem to have any food allergies or anything that I can link it too.

    She did have reflux when she was a baby but no 'reflux' symptoms for years (apart from the vomit)

    I think sometimes she eats so much she makes herself sick, do you think that's possible? I know children don't tend to be 'emotional' eaters but some days she'll eat and eat and eat & the food doesn't seem to stay down does that make sense? Is this a normal toddler thing? TIA

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    It doesn't sound right to me, but have no other advice to give so bumping for you.

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    Has she been tested for Coeliac? Having said that my DS2 had terrible reflux and vomited all the time till he was about 2 and a half, several times a day. So it could be reflux.

    But if she hasn't been tested for coeliac I'd do that too. It is just far more common than people realise.

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    I have a 3.5 yr old who was like that. Terrible reflux as a baby, intolerant to dairy and soy, picked up every stomach bug going around, and ended up in hospital at 21 months with dangerously low blood sugar levels from gastro. She also would vomit without fail at least once a week, but I'm glad to say that in the last 6 months she hasn't vomited once (touch wood!). She still has a really strong gag reflex and dry retches if she has to put something in the bin (even if it's been emptied and is clean with a brand new liner in it).
    She grew out of it- hopefully your little one will too.

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    I would definitely be talking to your GP. It's not normal to do that. Yes, it could be reflux related, but it may not be. I'd be getting her checked out.


 

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