So let me start from the beginning. When my daughter was about 3 1/2, she had an eerily similar situation. She would vomit frequently, especially after playing outside or meals. Especially any time she had much sugar. But... She had every test in the book ran on her, including tons of blood work, stool samples, diabetes testing, urine cultures, MRIs and x-rays of her abdomen and colon, etc. when everything else came back negative, they deemed it, eventually, to be blamed on enlarged tonsils. She subsequently had them removed soon there after, around her 4th birthday, and I assumed they were right because the vomiting stopped.
Fast forward to 2 weeks ago. She's had a couple little stomach bugs this school year. However, it's her first year in school and she's caught a lot of things she'd never had before. Her immune system is just adjusting, just like most kids who were home until school. No daycare or private child care, I'm a SAHM. Anyway, 2 weeks ago she came down with what I assumed was a stomach bug. It started at night, around 2:00 a.m. She came to our room and said she had thrown up. We got her cleaned up and about 48 hours of puking ensued after that. She was clamy but no fever. We kept her hydrated and she really didn't seem all that sick- no body aches, no loose stool, etc. just vomiting pretty frequently and fatigue. I didn't take her to the doctor as I had heard there was a stomach bug going around in her class. This started on Friday night and by Monday she was all better but seemed really worn down for the next week or so. Not to a point that I was concerned, she was going to school and playing and had energy but she seemed to tire out quickly. We figured her body was still recovering from the tummy bug.
Then about a week ago on Thursday, she had another episode where she vomited that night and then was fine the next day. It was very short lived. Not much too it. I thought maybe she are something that didn't agree.
Ok, so this past Friday we put her to bed. We had eaten Chinese food for dinner and she ate a TON. Way more than she normally eats (she eats like a bird typically). She had honey chicken. For dessert she had ice cream and then we stopped by my moms on the way home from dinner. My mom gave her candy which I wasn't thrilled about because she'd already had ice cream but I didn't make a big deal. Well, like I said she started puking about 1:00 a.m. Friday night/Sat morning and puked several times until Saturday afternoon. Again, the only symptoms were fatigue and sweating/clamy. No fever. No lose stool.
She was fine by Saturday night and ate dinner. She kept it down. She had breakfast and lunch today and kept it down. She didn't eat a whole lot for lunch but she did eat and she had NO SWEETS. She had plenty of energy and even went swimming. You would had never known she had been sick Friday. She had a great day and went to bed feeling just fine. She just woke us up about an hour ago and same thing. She's puking again. :/ no fever.
Obviously, I'll be taking her to the doctor tomorrow but I'm sitting here wondering what on Earth could be going on with my baby girl. It can't be stomach bugs and it's not normal. :( I feel awful for her and extremely worried. Any suggestions or advice on what you think, would be great! I appreciate you reading all of this as I know it was a lot.
Other details- there seems to be no stomach ache involved that we can tell. She says there isn't. She gets very fatigued during these episodes but is fine in between.