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Why is my child vommiting?

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Dr. James Ferguson
Pediatrics 46 years experience
Can't say: To get the most from this site you need to provide enough background information on the issue that a focused response to any question can be formed. Does the kid have fever? Have you introduced a new food or beverage? Any family with similar symptoms? You are welcome to start over.Posts on this site are not linked so each must have all needed information.
Dr. Cheryl Coldwater
Pediatrics 38 years experience
Vomiting: There can be a lot of reasons- a stomach virus, something they ate, getting very upset, etc. If they are not running a fever or having abdominal pain, you may be able to stop the vomiting with small sips of clear fluid, such as Pedialyte, for the first few hours. If no more vomiting, give light foods like a plain cracker or dry toast. If more vomiting, see your doctor.

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