Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome Association

The Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome Association (CVSA) is a non-profit organization consisting of volunteers who want to promote awareness of CVS, and raise funds for research to find a cause/cure. Let me tell you a bit more about why they are so important to me.
Back in 2008, when I was first diagnosed with this disorder, I learned of the CVSA through an online search of Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome. I found the website to be vastly helpful with multiple resources and links to learn more about the disorder. I became a member of CVSA and joined the online community that is the CVSA Message Boards. I then began communicating with others who also have CVS. This lead to learning invaluable information.
Not only has the CVSA helped me find medications and natural methods to treat my disorder, but I am now also connected with many people all over the United States, and even some from all over the world. They are a source of support and information, and I consider them to be some of the most important relationships I will ever have in my life. Shout out to all of you: you know who you are!!!!
CVSA is important to the CVS community, and they’re very important to me. I have personally conducted fundraisers in the past for CVSA. My hope is that by helping to raise funds for research, and promoting awareness of CVS – we will eventually find a cause and/or cure for our debilitating disorder.

You can contact the CVSA at:

Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome Association: PO Box 925 Elkhorn, WI 53121                               Phone: 414-342-7880


CVSA Website Links:


***Don’t live in the states??***

Here are the links to the CVS organizations around the world:


Ireland (Facebook)

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Italy Italy

Netherlands Holland

Germany Germany

Australia Australia






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