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My daughter gets nausea in the morning.Her doc prescribed prilosec. One in morning before eating. That was a week ago. She still has it. Blood work ok?
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Dr. Charles Cattano
Internal Medicine - Gastroenterology
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In brief: Kids often nauseated
Depending on the age of your daughter, her nausea may be "functional", "central", infectious, gynecologic or other non-gi causes.
If her nausea is GI related and not responding to low-dose prilosec, she may either need a bigger dose of acid-blocker medicine or investigation of the gallbladder, liver, pancreas, gastric outlet, as well as small and large bowel. Time to see her doctor for testing.

In brief: Kids often nauseated
Depending on the age of your daughter, her nausea may be "functional", "central", infectious, gynecologic or other non-gi causes.
If her nausea is GI related and not responding to low-dose prilosec, she may either need a bigger dose of acid-blocker medicine or investigation of the gallbladder, liver, pancreas, gastric outlet, as well as small and large bowel. Time to see her doctor for testing.
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