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Random vomiting episodes, stomach pain, no fever. History of pneumonia. Cure?

My son has been randomly vomiting for the past month. He says his stomach hurts and yesterday and then fell asleep woke up at around 7pm and projectiles across the house three times. He did this last week and the previous weeks before that once a week maybe twice. In aug he had pneumonia real bad so the doctor said he was still recovering from that but this is to strange no fever just a stomach ache and then pukes
Asked On : Fri, 23 Nov 2012
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your child digestion is slow due to taking higher antibiotics & antiinflamatory medicine during please you can take help of homeopathic medicine not more pain killer.likes Podophy 30 QID syp adgripp 1tsf before eating for 3 days otherwise you can take help to nearby homeopath.
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Answered: Fri, 23 Nov 2012
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