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Child gets tired and vomit sensation after eating. Cause and cure?

HI, MY DAUGHTER IS NEARING 3 YEARS OLD, BUT SHE IS VERY LEAN AND BONNIE. SHE LIKES TO EAT BUT SHE IS ABLE TO EAT ONLY FEW AMOUNT OF FOOD AS SHE SWALLOS SHE IS GETTING A VOMITTING SENSATION. SHE IS BECOMING VERY TIRED SOON. WHAT HEALTH DRINK SHOULD I GIVE HER? HOW TO MAKE HER ATLEAST LITTLE STOUT AND HEALTHY AND HER WEIGHT IS ALSO NOT INCREASING? ALL ARE MOCKING AT HER I FEEL VERY BAD AS A MOTHER. COULD U PLS SOLVE MY PROBLEM
Asked On : Thu, 31 Jan 2013
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Emergency Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Hi

Thanks for your query

Welcome to HCM

As per discussion you should consult to gastroenterologist/surgeon to rule out gastric outlet obstruction(GOO)

Nausea and vomiting are the main symptoms of gastric outlet obstruction. Vomiting usually is non-bilious, and it characteristically contains undigested food particles. In the early stages of obstruction, vomiting may be intermittent and usually occurs within 1 hour of a meal

Within the pediatric population, pyloric stenosis constitutes the most important cause of GOO.Pyloric stenosis is the result of gradual hypertrophy of the circular smooth muscle of the pylorus
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General & Family Physician Dr. Luchuo Engelbert Bain's  Response
Hi,
it shall be interesting to visit a pediatrician to exclude or diagnose why your daughter is not able to eat or put on weight. If chronic and other systemic pathologies or some infections are excluded, then a nutritious diet protocol can be suggested to manage this issue.
Its worth visiting a pediatrician for a proper evaluation and followup.
Hope this helps,
Luchuo, MD>
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