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My kid has stomach pains almost every morning...
They usually go away after she eats. Sometimes she gets them later in the day but usually when she wakes up.
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aliakber
aliakber
I suggest going to a licensed professional
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Prettylittlethingy
Prettylittlethingy
Definitely agree with looking at food and diet. However the fact it’s in the morning Points to stomach being empty? Does she have any heartburn or reflux symptoms?

Is it possible that she is Anxious about school or anything? I have treated some children who presented with abdominal symptoms but it was stress related.

Also aside from the abdo pain does she have any other symptoms at all? Have you looked into abdominal migraine?

Also how does she sleep? I noticed you said about burping helping etc? Does she snore or gasp for air in sleep?
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gypsum_fantastic
gypsum_fantastic
If you are worried about your daughters health, please go to a doctor. People on here mean well, but I wouldn't trust my kid's health with them!
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hesh
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almost 70% of the human population is lactose intolerant so yeah cutting dairy would be the first thing to try
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First you need figure out why she getting the pains at this time. Make a dairy every day what she eats drinks, first thing that come to mind is IBS but you need to see why first
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Luckyleesh96
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Have you tried them on a good probiotic? Most people lack good bacteria fue to various factors. You want one thats got at least 5 billion with at least 5 strains. Organic if u can. I buy chewable tablet probiotics for my kiddos.
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abracadabra
abracadabra
Hi Tasty, I have a few questions that may help figure out what is going on.

How old is your daughter?
How long has this been happening for?
Has the frequency changed over time?
How severe is the pain? (scale of 1-10)?
Is the pain localized to one spot, or does it travel/radiate to different places. If so, please describe where it radiates to.
If you had to point to exactly where the pain was, where would you point? (please describe in relation to the belly button: above or below, central, to the left, or to the right?

Is there anything she does that makes the pain better or worse?
Does the pain occur after eating food in the morning or does it occur before eating food?
How long does the pain last before getting better?
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tasty kush
tasty kush9.4/10
9 years old
this has been happening for almost a year
mostly unchanged frequency
pain is 3-6/10
its nausea
burping and fresh air help
pain lasts around an hour

thanks!
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abracadabra
abracadabra
Tasty, a few more questions:

Is she holding her body weight well over the past year?

Any constipation? Diarrhea?

Does she have increased flatulence?

How is her diet? Does she eat many fruit/vegetables (fiber)?
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tasty kush
tasty kush9.4/10
yes with weight
no constipation, diarrhea, flatulence.

She eats lots of fruit and vegetables.

Thanks
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doctor doc
doctor doc
Any updates on your daugher's condition, knowing how things work out helps with future diagnoses.
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translux
translux
Mine went through that as well. All the time. I spent thousands on ultrasounds and doctors visits. The doctor recommended removing dairy and wheat. And after awhile we reintroduce wheat. But once we removed dairy from the diet the stomach pains went away. Nothing worse than seeing a child suffer. Good luck!
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tasty kush
tasty kush9.4/10
Thanks, any tips for either of those diets?
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translux
translux
Try soy milk, coconut milk or almond milk. No cheese, that means pizza too, no dairy yogurt, they have soy yogurts now. Basically anything dairy, try it for a month and see what happens. My kid eats more meat, fresh fruit, grains. Ham sandwiches for lunch with mayo and mustard. Get creative. No complains about his stomach though. Look up dairy free meal plans and I'm sure there will be loads of ideas. May you little ones suffering cease.
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tasty kush
tasty kush9.4/10
Thanks a lot we are trying this next month, first glutens then dairy
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Westham420
Westham420
Get a food allergy test done for your daughter. Costs about £200.
Got one done for my son and highlights exactly what intolerances the body has.
He had a few issues such as being lactose intolerant. It even tells you things like being sensitive to tyramine (found in beef).
No need to trial and error diets - you will know exactly what works once the test is done.
I wish your daughter better. My son is much better now.
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doctor doc
doctor doc
With lkids you want to consider allergies and of course anything to do with the stomach (note even adults call anything between their throat and anus as the stomach) is often food related.. So start logging what she is eating and drinking,, especially noting when her stomach is particularly bad or good. Holler back after a week of this.
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