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Intermittent vomiting following a stomach ache, normal urine and blood tests, suspicion of virus. Suggestion?

My son has had intermittent vomiting over the past 5 days with no other symptoms besides a stomach ache before it happens. He has had his urine and blood tested and all values were within normal ranges. Our pediatrician says it is a virus and we ll just have to wait it out. No one else in the house has gotten sick, which is strange because normally everyone gets a virus if it goes through our house. Any thoughts?
Asked On : Tue, 17 Jul 2012
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Dear freind, welcome to HCM.
did he eat outside food etc.?
if he doesnot have fever, infections are less likely .
it could be just gastritis. be watchful for other symptoms.
keep well hydrated . with fluids taken in small frequent manner. can continue anti-emetics and antacids..
Answered: Tue, 17 Jul 2012
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