Not sure when it started but over the last 3 years I've noticed that my daughter gets sick (upset stomach/fever/throwing up) the night before there is something exciting going on. Christmas, Halloween, her birthday any Holiday that we are having a family and/or friends get together she is usually sick (I'd say 2 out of 4 events she is sick). It starts off with just the stomach pains for hours then usually in the middle of the night she is throwing up and has a fever which usually lasts for a good 12/24 hours. It's like she has the flu but no one else was sick before her or gets sick from her. It's just weird because other than this she is a very healthy little girl. Anyone have any ideas on what this is or why this is happening?View Thread
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