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7 years old child vomiting and fever 2 weeks after appendectomy.

7 years old child vomiting and fever 2 weeks after appendectomy.

Could be an abscess: I recommend a follow up visit to either the surgeon or the er. An abscess after surgery is a very common complication of appendectomy. ...Read more

Dr. Mark Diamond
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Fever (Definition)

Fever is the temporary increase in the body's temperature in response to some disease or illness. A child has a fever when the temperature is at or above one of ...Read more


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Child vomitting, really tired, fever. What can it be?

Child vomitting, really tired, fever. What can it be?

Many possibilities: Probably viral. Bed rest, bland liquids to prevent dehydration. If not better quickly or worsening, see pediatrician and have the little person examined. Hope they are better soon. ...Read more

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Please explain why does my child always vomit when he gets a fever?

Please explain why does my child always vomit when he gets a fever?

Vomit with fever: When the body is fighting illness, it considers gut function to not be essential, so things slow down a lot. That's why you usually don't feel like eating when you are ill. Some peoples bodies take this to the extreme and almost shut down gut function, which leads to vomiting. Try just sips of fluids when he is ill or has fever and see if he can tolerate this. ...Read more

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8year old has 102 fever, vomiting child is a female that is 8 years old. Vomiting from fever. What can I do?

8year old has 102 fever, vomiting child is a female that is 8 years old.  Vomiting from fever.  What can I do?

Many conditions: There are many causes of vomiting and fever at this age. I would suggest a clear liquid diet for one day, controlling the fever with Tylenol (acetaminophen) if tolerated, and calling your pediatrician. If your child has a headache, stiff neck, rash, dehydration or appears very ill, they should be seen right away. Other causes include pneumonia which may present with vomiting and fever. ...Read more

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Child age of 1 year presented with fever and foot scale and vomiting .What the cause suspected? Please help me

Child age of 1 year presented with fever  and foot scale and vomiting .What the cause suspected?  Please help me

Illness: Unfortunately, none of the symptoms you listed are specific for any single disease. Not sure what you meant by foot scale, though. Fever is frequently accompanied by vomiting and those can be seen in simple colds, flu, food poisoning or any other infectious process. ...Read more

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Ok to give w fever tylenol (acetaminophen) suppository when child vomiting up oral meds?

Ok to give w fever tylenol (acetaminophen) suppository when child vomiting up oral meds?

Yes: But make sure it's prescribed by a doctor and dosage is appropriate for age. Consult your doctor as well if vomiting or fever continue. ...Read more

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My child is vomiting an has a low fever with stomach pains. On no med happen early this morning i gave her triaminic

My child is vomiting an has a low fever with stomach pains. On no med happen early this morning i gave her triaminic

Prob a virus: Keep well hydrated with small frequent amt of fluid,Gatorade,pedis lute.there is no need for triaminic.tepid water bath will help the fever.should pass. ...Read more

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Child vomited 2 nights ago with stomach pain & then ok. Then she vomited with stomach pain last night. 1 time vomiting each time then ok. No fever?

Child vomited 2 nights ago with stomach pain & then ok. Then she vomited with stomach pain last night. 1 time vomiting each time then ok. No fever?

Vomiting: Your child may have a viral illness that is causing her vomiting. Keep her on a bland diet avoiding greasy food, milk and milk products and juice. If vomiting continues a doctor's visit is in order. ...Read more

Dr. Oscar Novick
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Vomiting (Definition)

Nausea is the sensation of having an urge to vomit. Vomiting is forcing the contents of the stomach up through the esophagus and ...Read more