Hi I will try to make this short..My 11 year old boy who never gets sick got hammered in early November with a nasty stomach flu. He gave it to me 3 days later and it was torture. He never really recovered. It moved to his CNS and started causing 15-20 minutes a day of shaking in the mornings. After awhile, he started to shake 24 hours a day so we rushed to ER, who did an IV and took blood tests but sent us home saying to do physical therapy. This was horrible. I had to walk him to car. He continued to get worse and our PC told us to get as an in-patient at Children's hospital. They did EEG, MRI, pscyh work-up (desite no history of anxiety/depression ever!- she found nothing).etc...claimed to find nothing except white matter in periventricular area but blew it off. Anyways, we came home, he is still nauseated and the medicine they put him on was a BP med with tic control. It made him so out of it, that he started to stupor. We had to stop it I got him into a very good doctor here who takes on chronic illness and he thinks he has mycoplasma, hantavirus, despite no coughing and leftover shock to both stomach and CNS from the stomach flu. He has him on zithromax to knock out mycoplasma and some supportive supplements. He got way worse (die off?) but does seem to be bouncing some. It is the nights that are awful. HE still gets the shaky fits, his legs hurt something awful and he is chronically nauseated. HE doesn't look great. He is an honor roll student and kids seem to like him alot. What can we do to kill this nausea? Long term zofran isn't the answer, I don't think. We have tried everything. I sure hope this doctor is right about him getting back to health. It is wrenching. Plus, I have no reserves to deal with it as I am battling lyme myself. Feels like my life is spinning out of control. Thanks so much for any help.