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Can Greasy Foods Make My Toddler Throw Up
What would make my toddler throw up all night. Then nothing the next morning or afternoon? Went on 6 hours with stomach pain.
My toddler continues to eat until he throws up. How should I manage how much he eats so this stops happening?
One of the common symptom of Pradre Willis syndrome a genetic disorder
he needs to be examined and genetic survey done so he can be correctly treated ...Read more
Mucus: A toddler vomiting mucous can happen for any number of reasons. Did it start all of a sudden and has been going on a few days? Or has he always been vomiting? He may be sick with an upper respiratory infection. Or he may have gastroesophageal reflux. Your doctor should be able to figure out what's causing his vomiting and treat him appropriately. ...Read more
My 3 year old toddler is throwing up when I try to feed him. He throw up a couple of times and it is constant. He has no symtoms of a fever.?
Vomiting in toddlers: If your son is having trouble breathing, complains of abdominal pain, is feeling dizzy, or he shows signs of dehydration, like sunken eyes, cool hands and feet, or sleepiness, please take him to an emergency room right away. If he throws up after every meal and then seems ok, try feeding him smaller amounts or eliminating some common types of foods from his diet – he may have food allergies. ...Read more
What number of times would your toddler have to randomly throw up for you to suspect a brain tumor?
Toddler coughing for 3 weeks tryed steriods and Benadryl (diphenhydramine) nothing helps happens when she lays down to the point she almost throws up doc said lungs goo?
Toddler throw up thurs won't eat only drink threw up again sunday no fever don't act sick but can't eat has not went poop since wed flu?
Maybe: Sounds more like a stomach big. If it continues have him seen. Encourage fluids.... ...Read more
Gallstones?: Greasy food triggering nausea can be a sign of gallstones. Taking it easy on fatty and fried foods could help your symptoms and also improve your general health. ...Read more
Child can drink anything without vomiting but can only eat a few bites of food and be full if eats more will throw up going on 4 days any ideas?
Kid vomiting: Inability to keep down just solids makes me think of some type of gastric outlet obstruction - this means things not emptying out of stomach into intestine properly. This is quite unusual in this age group. Could be something as simple as irritation in stomach from a virus to more serious things such as lymph nodes or tumor blocking the outlet. If not better by 7 days, needs peds GI eval and study. ...Read more
I have a really sensitive stomach, anything I eat makes my stomach hurt and I throw up if I eat greasy food.
& your question is?: Yours is a common but nonspecific complaint. Need to rule out infection, malabsorption, inflammation, ischemia, dysmotility, functional issue, or even a problem outside the gut. Medical evaluation is recommended appropriate to the duration of your symptoms, associations (bleeding, weight loss, pain, vomiting), as well as your other medical co-morbidities. Call your doctor please and get checked. ...Read more
I have twisting pain in my intestines. When I eat greasy foods or drink milk I become nauseated and then throw up. Could this be an ulcer?
A new TipTap: As my collegues point out, children communicate as best they are able. And sometimes the innate behavior is a tantrum. Hese are done to obtain a goal which includes attention. Ignoring teaches the child that this will not work. After the tantrum is over, give a hug to reinforce the " good" behavior. ...Read more
Worms: It certainly sounds like worms, you should have the cat seen by a veterinarian and be wormed. ...Read more
My 3months& 2 weeks old son throws up whatever food he eats since he was a month old. What could be cause and possible solution?
Wow, get him to doc!: If I understand you correctly, for the last 10 weeks your son's nutrition has been severely compromised, placing him at life-threatening risk at a critical time of his life? Time to get him to a physician asap, ; not delay. There are many reasons for your son's problem, but most are readily fixable after proper diagnosis. Get off the computer ; call his doctor now please. ...Read more
When I'm tired and I have something to eat I throw it all up, ive done this since I was a child. I'm slightly concerned. Can you help?
Used metal fork to cook; didn't realise, but melted plastic ziplock bag. Still safe to eat food even if may be tiny bits of plastic? ... Or throw?
Plastic: It is likely not harmful to eat the plastic but there is a possibility it could get stuck in your throat and have to be removed so I would start that dish again. All the best. ...Read more
My chest feels heavy and full. What do I do? It feels almost like food is caught in my chest. It has been this way for about a week. I feel like I need to throw it up or something. What should I do?
Because: Because this is so persistent, I would recommend you have this investigated by a physician. Many different things could cause this type of sensation, but these causes generally are transient and will fade over hours or days. The persistence of your symptoms argues that something significant is causing your discomfort. ...Read more
Need more info: It is important that you see your doctor for an evaluation, especially if you have been throwing up. ...Read more
Basic rule: I generally follow a simple rule on oral medicines. Any spit-up within 15min where I can see or smell the med I will repeat the full dose. 15-30 half, after 30 none. Sometimes it is better to give the stomach a chance to settle down rather that repeating immediately. ...Read more
My son is 13 months old and he throws up like, when he cries hard or sometimes with thicker foods. I'm not sure what's going on?
Delayed emptying: He may have slow emptying of his stomach so when he cries or has thicker foods that are hard to digest they sit longer and any bearing down movement (crying or taking a bm for example) may cause him to reflux or throw it up. A visit with your doc will help sort it out. ...Read more
Stepfather drinks three pints of bourbin a day. The last month he throws up any food he eats and really hasn't eatin for a week. Is he dying?
Could be: He really needs to see a doctor. He could have an ulcer or liver disease from the alcohol abuse. Please encourage him to see a doctor as soon as possible. ...Read more
When my 16 month old daughter chokes on food she coughs until she throws up and she does this quite often. Is this a problem?
See Your Doctor: More information is needed such as duration, growth/development/feeding history & more. The causes can be serious ranging from reactive airway disease, GE reflux, congenital anomalies that obstruct swallowing, neurologic conditions, & more. Additionally, there is risk for nutritional deficits. Thorough evaluation is required to elucidate the cause. See your doctor for correct diagnosis & treatment ...Read more
I feel sick everyday. When I eat food I throw it right up and that is the only time I don't feel sick, but 30 minutes later I feel sick again. Why?
A 30 days old child, each time after feeding she sleeps and during her sleep she throw out some milk but sometimes she chokes with them. Any solution?
Can check to determine if she is having reflux. That is when the ability to move formula through the stomach and on is slow or there is a tendency for it to come back up into the esophagus from the stomach. Choking can occur when the refluxed formula enters the upper airway. You should bring her to her doctor to have her checked and if this is the case her doctor will recommend actions to limit the reflux of milk. These may include thickening her formula if she is bottle fed, giving an antacid, having her in an upright position after feeding for a period of time and possibly changing her formula if it is determined that she is having an intolerance to it. If you would like to discuss this in more detail feel free to contact me though Concierge at www. Healthtap. Com/freisleben
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Lots: If acutely, can be due to infection, e.G viral gastroenteritis, acute inflammation, say from alcohol.. A bigger issue if chronic or repeated. Can also be due to inflammation of stomach/duodenum from alcohol, meds e.G aspirin, nsaids, ulcers, tumors (not likely at age 18), diabetes, intestinal blockage, other. Recurrent? Other symptoms, like weight loss, definitely needs to be checked by md asap. ...Read more
Throw up first.: If you need to throw up, go to your bathroom and do it. This is the body's way of removing bad food, etc., so you don't get real sick. If you cannot, get some mom (milk of magnesia) or syrup of ipecac to help induce vomiting. After that, have simple inert foods, like bread and drink water for a while. If you have fever, etc. With this, it should go away, if not in 24 hours, see dr./er for rx. ...Read more
Intermittent expolos: Intermittent explosive disorder is a condition where a person has sudden outbursts. It can exist by itself or be a symptom of panic disorder, anxiety, adhd, dementia, seizures, neurologic disorders, as well as bipolar and psychotic disorders. Evaluation and appropriate treatment can greatly help but the cause needs to be determined. ...Read more
What can cause a child to throw up three to four times a week? She has been doing this for years she is only 4.
Could be reflux:
Your child may have gastroesophageal reflux or gerd for short.
Gerd is easily treated with watching her diet, not letting her eat too late a dinner just before bed, and sometimes medication is used.
But before you conclude this is the reason- she needs to see her doctor- they will get more info from you and decide. ...Read more
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