He may have pyloric stenosis, a condition which causes the stomach muscle to thicken and close off access to the intestines. My oldest had this condition too, and it's a simple surgery to fix.
One doctor thinks he has it (though not completely closed like Caleb's was). Another thought the thickness was in the range of normal (even though it was thicker then the given range of normal). So now a GI is being consulted to find out if we should have another, more accurate test done (barium x-raying).
Sigh. This is so much more difficult to deal with when other children are involved too. If he has it, we have to go to Mayo for the surgery and that's 3ish hours away.
But I just want Josiah to get better and to be able to eat without pain and spitting up most of the food.
We'll find out tomorrow if he needs more tests.