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Child has vomiting, swollen stomach, pain in breasts, cough, fever. Help

My 3 year old son has been throwing up a couple time a weeks for the past 2 years. His stomach swells to bigger then 55cm. He has had a upper and lower GI done. Also a MRI over a year ago. Nothing was really found to give me answers. Now he starting to complain about his breasts hurting him. He always has a cough since he was born. And we went a good period of time him running high fevers. I am tired of seeing him sick.Please Help Us
Asked On : Sat, 29 Dec 2012
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Was Gastro-esophageal reflux ruled out?
It can cause chronic cough, recurrent vomiting, failure to thrive.
If its there, medications are available which can help him.

Usually stomach swells up if there is an obstruction in the junction between stomach and duodenum. From what you say, it looks like extensive investigations are done and surely major problems would have been ruled out.

If his weight and height are okay for his age and he is thriving well, his activity is okay, there will be nothing much to worry.

Hope my answer helps you.
Wish your son good health.
Answered: Sun, 30 Dec 2012
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