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Child getting stomach ache after bowels, vomitting sensation while eating food before going to school, blood reports and sonography normal. What could this be?

hello, my kid is 8 years old ,he gets stomach ache in the morning after bowels and vomiting sensation if we give him any food when he is reading for school , also sometimes he has cold with fever ,this happening every now and then for the past 6 months i have consulted lot many doctors but not working , blood test and sonography is also been done please help me
Asked On : Tue, 21 Aug 2012
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As your child has already gone through various investigations and all are normal it seems that his symptoms are functional. Abdominal discomfort in the morning before school time is very common in this age group. What you need to do is to be sure that there is not any underlying disease and avoid spicy, fried, carbonated,junk foods. You can also avoid dairy product for few days it will help if there is any lactose intolerance. Support your child mentally and emotionally. These functional pain usually subsides in few months. If it is severe you may give some antispasmodic, laxative if any constipation or antacid for acidity. As far as cough and cold is concerned 6 to 8 episodes of cough and cold in a year is normal in a child if it is not requiring any admission in hospital.
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Answered: Tue, 21 Aug 2012
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