I'm not a professional physician but I do have some of those problems (i'm 51).
I would suggest that you take her to see her physician. They will examine her and order tests - maybe to be seen by a Gastrointestinal Physician for further testing.If they do refer her to one they may do a scope down the throat and maybe stomach to see what is going on. They give a slight medication to put you under and then the scope can take from 15-30 minutes. then they wake you up, get the results and any treatments they may offer. it's really a more simple test.
She is very young to be having these problems. Is she a nervous teenager? Hope and pray you find out what is causing it. let us know what you find out.View Thread
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