some people are ignorant when it comes to health
the girl at my pediatrician office was saying my baby is healthier than she was I had told her all the symptoms he was having....fussy crying non stop coughing that cause him to vomit..unable to sleep....red swollen eyes and runny nose...it was insulting ....I asked her if she has children of her own her reply was no so u don't know what im going threw can u see my baby is sick and you come up saying that I got so mad im sorry ladies but I told her off now every time she saw me she looked at me mad ...shot should of taken a picture lol
Has this happened to anyone else??
Around 5-7 months of age, Mason started having episodes where he would vomit A LOT. He showed no other signs of being sick and it would happen about once a month. For YEARS I asked doctors about it and kept being told it was "normal" but I knew it wasn't - nobody else that I ever talked to had a child that did this, and I talk to A LOT of Moms. As he got older, it would happen that he'd wake up around midnight or 1am, and start puking every hour for the rest of the night and into the morning. Then suddenly, he'd say he was hungry and would eat enough for an army (Like no joke he ate 24 chicken nuggets once) and be completely back to his normal self. I kept going back to different pediatricians and everyone told me it was just kid weirdness since it wasn't regular. Finally I got a doctor that listened to us and sent us to a gastro specialist who told us that it's not normal, that it could be a very serious problem with his small intestine that's fixable with surgery, or it could be cyclical vomiting which we just have to wait for him to grow out of. We are doing all kinds of tests with him right now to try to determine what's going on with my sweet boy.
All this to say... If you think something might be going on with your child, advocate for them. Push for them. Don't give up no matter how many people tell you it's nothing.