Hello, I am so relieved to find this group! My 5 year old daughter got very ill in mid-May, with what we thought was a stomach virus. It was just a 24 hour bug, but followed by increased intermittent stomach pain throughout the week that we thought was leftover from the virus. By the end of the week, the pain was so intense, and happened hours after she ate anything (she is very small btw) we went to the ER. She vomited two buckets of green bile, which began our frustrating week in the hospital. She was tested for many, many things, her catscan and ultrasounds were clear, but it wasn't until 4 days into our stay that the ped gastro diagnosed her with post viral parylitic ileus and said that it would clear up within a couple of days. Reglan seemed to work for a couple of weeks, but as we dosed down, as recommended, she relapsed and we ended up in the ER. She had a second relapse last week, and we kept her out of the ER by dripping bits of gatorade into her mouth every five minutes (which still caused her pain) increasing her reglan again, and have added prevacid and zofran. She is a very small child to begin with, and had food allergies as a baby---The results of gastric emptying studying showed that even with the reglan she has extreme gastric emptying. She is scheduled for an endoscopy tomorrow. We've been researching this, and feel so overwhelmed! I can't find many reasons for the cause of gastroparesis other than diabetes 2 and a few other rarer diseases. Her doctor said he will be looking for bacteria and inflammation, perhaps due to allergy. Any thoughts or other's experience is very welcome!! Our family is so worried about our little girl, and feel frustrated by the lack of information (and slow to figure things out) we are getting from the doctors. These are good doctors, but info. is limited. Thanks for listening!!