My husband is been consistantly vomiting in the morning and after he eats. He has lost a drastic amout of weight. He also has epilepsy (taking dilantin) and compression fractures in his back.
His seizures are undercontroll and he is being seen for his back. He has been through numerous tests of his bowel, intestine, and GI tract.
We are trying to find a direction to look, in hopes to find an anwser.
We really need some advice or a direction to look.

Hopefully someone can help.

Sarah
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replied June 10th, 2008
Extremely eHealthy
I hope they have run some blood work in the lab. If not I would insist the doctor do a full chemistry and CBC. Vomiting like this can be an indication of several metabolic conditions as well as other conditions.
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replied June 11th, 2008
sever vomiting/weightloss
They have done full blood work and nothing has come up. We are at a loss of what it could be
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