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My 6 year son often complains about acute stomach ache. He even vomits when he is in pain. He has completed his antibiotics course for the same, around 3 to 4 times in the past 8 months. I've got his deworming done too, but still no relief. His usg was also done that stated minor swollen lymph nodes. But the pain is unbearable. Suggest what could be the possible reasons for it. Moreover, if any other test I should get done. I'm really worried for him. please help.

2 Doctors Answered
It's an entity known as recurrent abdominal pain (rap). All investigations done will be normal. Best thing is to ignore as it's harmless. You can give some antispasmodic for temporary relief of pain.
Homeopathy will slowly change his system but continue allopathy as and when required to control the symptoms.
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