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7 year old child, chronic stomach pain. Endoscopy, barium enema, FBC normal. Treatment?

My daughter has had stomach pains for close to two years. She is now 7 years old, and recently the pain that starts from the stomach spreads to other parts of the body. We have done a number of medical examinations like endoscopy , barrium enema, EUA, FBC but all ok. please help. my daugher cries every day & nights. YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Sat, 21 Jul 2012
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thanks for writing to health care magic

now pl explain where the pain exactly is

is it in the upper part of the abdomen or lower part

is there any history of vomitings or loss of weight over these 2 years

does she have any burning urination

did you get a mantoux test

spreading to other parts of the body?????...................... if every investigation is normal and all the doctors who have examined her could not point out any thing ...........may be you may have to get a psychiatric consultation

hope this helps

take care

Answered: Tue, 19 Feb 2013
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