My 7 year old daughter keeps complaining of stomach pain for more than 6 months now. Her Pediatrician was not able to find any problem with her but the tummy pain still continues every single day. I also took her to a pediatric in India during my recent vacation. He gave her deworming medicine followed by acidity test, urine test etc..but none of the test showed any issues with her health.I have also watched out for a pattern but there is no particular time of day that she complains. It is anytime of the day like before eating, after eating, when she goes to the toilet, after coming back from school, before going to bed etc...I am really worried about this and it is bothering me too much as she keeps complaining atleast 10 times a day. I am not sure what should be my next steps. Otherwise she is usually happy and smart child and I dont see her being stressed of anything in particular. Has anyone come across this kind of situation. Please advise. Looking forward for your replies.View Thread
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