Can CVS go away?
There is no cure for CVS. But you and your child can learn ways to try to prevent episodes. You can also learn how to stop an episode as it starts (see Preventing Future Episodes). Once severe vomiting begins, though, your child will likely need to go to the hospital right away.
What can mimic cyclic vomiting syndrome?
The main classes of metabolic disorders to consider in children with recurrent vomiting that may mimic cyclic vomiting are: fatty acid oxidation disorders, urea cycle defects, and organic acidurias 6, 13–15.
Is cyclic vomiting syndrome psychological?
 CVS is associated with high incidence of psychiatric comorbidities. It is observed that this syndrome is frequently accompanied by panic attacks, anxiety, and depression in children as well as in adults.  Psychosocial factors also play a role in triggering this condition.
Is CVS an autoimmune disease?
Cyclic vomiting syndrome is a common functional disorder which usually starts from childhood. We report the first two cases of patients affected by systemic autoimmune conditions associated to cyclic vomiting syndrome.
Is CVS a real disease?
Cyclic vomiting syndrome, or CVS, is a disorder that causes sudden, repeated attacks—called episodes—of severe nausea and vomiting. Episodes can last from a few hours to several days. Episodes alternate with longer periods of no symptoms.
Is cyclic vomiting syndrome autoimmune?
Is CVS psychosomatic?
The belief that CVS is psychosomatic is not widely accepted, although it is accepted that cyclical vomiting might occur as a response to psychological stress. Psychiatric disorders are often suspected in children with CVS.
Is cyclic vomiting syndrome fatal?
Cyclic vomiting syndrome masking a fatal metabolic disease.
How can I help someone at CVS?
Ways to prevent and/or reduce attacks include the following:
- Get adequate sleep.
- Seek help to prevent stress and anxiety.
- Treat infections and/or allergies early.
- Avoid any triggers of CVS, especially related to foods.
- During the well phase, eat a balanced diet with regular meals.