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Acidity in my 11yr old daughter

My daughter has been throwing up bright yellow fluid in the mornings since more than a year now. It occurs once or max twice a mth, that too after she has had oily or rich food for dinner. Sometimes it is accompanied by a bad stomach too. After she vomits four or five times in a row, she is fine and normally has no apettite problems. Day time is fine. The doctor says its ok, she will outgrow it. My daughter is on the leaner side,but is active and always hungry. Am worried about this yellow vomit, please help.
  Sumis on 2006-10-05
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
few questions:
what is color of her tongue,
is her tongue thin or thick, is there any coating on tongue. if yes, what is color of coating,
is tongue dry or wet,
some more questions are needed,
naveenkhanchandani last decade
Thank you for responding.

Tongue color is light pink.
Thick tongue, slightly white coated,wet tongue.
Other than this she is prone to congestion and have had a few bouts of sneezing allergy.

She is tall but thin for her age.
Sumis last decade

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