Thank you for your prompt reply and I apologize for my very delayed response. It has been a rather hectic couple of weeks since my initial post. My daughter has since had and endoscopy, and a gastric emptying study, both test her GI doctor wanted done to rule out any other issues. In between the two she was also admitted to the hospital for a couple of days after being found unconscious by her roommate from severe dehydration/electrolyte imbalance from all of the vomiting. They had her on a full liquid diet with one soft food meal a day but since then have restricted her to full liquid with 3 protein shakes a day until she has her vascular surgery consult on October 12th. That feels like a long wait and a long time for her to be on such a restricted diet when she is already so small but between the liquid diet and the Zofran every eight hours she at least seems to be experiencing much less pain and nausea. While it sounds like the road ahead could still be an uphill battle at times I am thankful for a diagnosis that finally explains all of the pain/nausea she has had over the years. She is thankful too although currently very mentally and physically drained and really wanting to be able to eat solid foods again!