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Uncontrollable Vomiting is an Illness

A girl remained undiagnosed for 7 years before her parents discovered what she had after meeting another person with the same condition at a cyclic vomiting syndrome fund-raiser. Cases often misdiagnosed as gastroenteritis.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by The Beacon Villager

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  • Unexplained regular vomiting occurring every 10 to 15 minutes for about 12 hours

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About: Uncontrollable Vomiting is an Illness

Date: 9 September 2004

Source: The Beacon Villager

Author: Michael Kane


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