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Child Psychology and Behaviour

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Prerna_r
11 to 16 years

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Updated on Jul 17, 2017

he is always feeling that he is not well... he starts vomiting anytime and misses school for more than a week. ..all his blood test and body check up has been done... there is absolutely no internal problem but still he is vomiting more than 6 to 8 times every now and then.. I can't understand whether actually he has some problem or he is acting to avoid school. ..please help

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RENU BHADULA

| Jul 18, 2017

Mam pls chk if your child has some problem in school or with his colleagues.

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prerna_r

| Jul 18, 2017

actually what happens is he is very less interested in studies.... so suppose once he gets sick then I can't tell him to study... as we remind him of his studies he starts feeling puky and starts complaning of headache.... what I feel is even if he is unwell a little bit he tries to prove me that he is very sick... and when I try to talk to him he gets hyper...

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Aditi Khanna Madaan

| Jul 17, 2017

hi try not to talk about his illness all the time.... try n make him busy with one or the other activities this will keep him occupied.... n thus gradually he will improve... also see that if he goes out.. then also this pattern is there or not... sometimes we only create such an atmosphere that child also keeps on thinking that he is sick...

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Shikha Batra

| Jul 17, 2017

Prerna this issue seems to be pertaining to psychology than a medical problem . please have faith in your child. vomiting is not something child would do intentionally to avoid school . he might be actually facing some issues at school. let him know u understand he is not keeping well and is going through a tough phase, hug him often. spend time with him, give him a patient ear. shower your love on him , he needs your support. probably he might share with u what's bothering him. if he still doesn't feel better after persistent efforts please consider consulting a psychologist, who would guide u further course of action. hope that helps!

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