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18 Month Old Throwing Up No Fever
7ms baby formula fed threw up 3 xs since last night gave pedialyte no diarrhea no fever just runny nose been sleeping every 2 hrs today advice?
My 3 year old daughter has been throwing up continuously for last 2 hours. She threw up 6 times in last 2 hours. Any advice?
See your dr: That is too long for a routine viral stomach bug. See the pediatrician. Your child could have a urinary tract infection, or a bacterial intestinal infection. Bring a stool sample when you go. ...Read more
Four year daughter vomited three times clear hardly anything. No fever. Full of energy. Fed crackers vomited again. Keeps water down.
To stop the vomiting: cycle, don't give her anything to eat or drink for at least 2 hours.Then give her sips of clear, sweet fluids such as Pedialyte or Gatorade or licks of a lollipop or popsicle.Do that every 20 minutes.If she does well with that after a few hours,you can give her a few cheerios or pieces of cracker, then advance slowly to other foods and fluids.Please contact her doctor if it continues. ...Read more
3 yr old throwing up for almost 24 hrs. Now yellow vomit foul diarrhea and only peed 2 times since starting?
My three year old threw up this morning then 12 hours later again no fever no appetite only liquids?
My daughter who is two years old, is throwing up a yellow liquid every 20 minutes. No fever, no pain. she didn't eat anything different today. ?
VOMITING TODDLER: Sounds viral, HOWEVER, even without pain or fever, if your child cannot even keep down liquids and is vomiting that frequently, an emergency department visit would be in order! At the very least, attempt to schedule a same-day 'sick visit' appointment with the pediatrician today. ...Read more
My son is 3.5 months old. For 2.5 months, he's been spitting up clear hot liquid that smells horrible! He gets very fussy before throwing up. Help?
My 10 year old woke up vomiting Monday morning. No fever. Kept home next day because she hadn't had solid food yet. Wed and Thursday temp 101.4?
5 year old son running fever (38 -39.8) for last 12 hrs. No other symptom. Giving him panadol (acetaminophen) every 6hrs. Temp hasn't gone to normal still.
My 18 mon old taking amoxicillin suspension for ear infection but having diarrhea poop little bit every hr + swollen eyes now no fever before had feve?
How bad are eyes?: The diarrhea is normal from the Amoxicillin, you can give him yoghurt or a probiotic and that can help a little. Use diaper cream also to prevent diaper rash. For the eye swelling i would suggest a consult through video to see the eyes, it could be an allergic reaction to the amoxicllin and/or would need to be seen in the ED right away. ...Read more
My 2 year old woke up vomiting foamy white saliva. She has no fever or diahrea but won't eat or drink?
Could be seizure: sounds like possible seizure after a fever;sometimes if a fever it can happen , but maybe just a cold/cough but the white foamy saliva is different , if any wheezing or cough go to er for further test like a chest X-ray. she may have inhaled a food particle and trying to cough it up . or may have bronchitis, . Sounds like you need to get her evaluated in an er, especially if trouble breathing ...Read more
My baby was throwing up every formula bottle he ate for three days and now he is coughing until he throws up and has a stuffy nose. No fever?
Vomiting : This could be associated to a viral syndrome which is very common. However depending on the baby's age if he is in his first 2 months of life and gets fever that requires immediate ed evaluation. In any case the fact that he has been not tolerating anything for 3 days deserves for him to get evaluated asap. In the meantime trying small sips of pedialyte can prevent dehydration. ...Read more
2 year old threw up once 2.5 hrs ago, no fever, acting normal, egg and cheese this morn. Has had had pretzels since he threw up and fine. Sick?
Fatty meal : There could be a few reasons why a 2 year would vomit after a meal . He is likely not digesting a fatty meal if he is getting sick , has upper respiratory problems with excess mucus ,constipated or has indigestion . It is best to offer him more fluids and carbohydrates in the form of pretzels , crackers , toast or applesauce . If symptoms persist or vomit is green then see a Doctor immediately. ...Read more
My 18 months old has been feverish for 2 days now 38.8 vomiting and diahrea how long till the fever disappears
Viral bug: most viral gastroenteritis lasts 2-3 days as should the fever continue with small amounts of clear liquids such as pedialyte and appropriate fever control if the fever persists and /or the vomiting and diarrhea isn't improving in the next 2 days, you may want to see your doctor ...Read more
5 yr old son went to bed saying his belly hurt. 3 hrs later hes throwing up. Started with lots of fluids & mucus (cough for week) now only yellow bile?
4yr old toddler fever, headache. No cough no mucus. After fever has calm down she plays and eats. Shes had fever on and off for 3 days?
Might need to see dr: Keep track of the time that she has had fever and how high would it reach. A constant fever for 3 days need to be checked to find the source of infection. If is on and off is more difficult to assess. You say is playful and that's very good sign. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My 10 years old daughtar have Laparoscopic Appendectomy after 38 hours she hade fever for 2 hours after Vomiting she hade no fever it's normal ?
My 2 year old had diarrhea then vomited hours later. Nothing for 6 hours then 2 bouts of diarrhea followed by vomiting. I gave him water, vomited.
My 1.5 month old baby, ebf, has been spitting up clear liquid for the last 4 days(3x/day)and now coughing like 3-4x/day and stuffy nose but no fever?
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