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Child Vomiting No Fever Causes
Child age of 1 year presented with fever and foot scale and vomiting. What the cause suspected? Please help me
May I know the causes of having a high fever for a 6 months old baby? As of the moment he keeps on vomiting.
10 m baby w loose stool 2 to 4 times/day for four days no fever no vomit no history of new food introduced what's the cause?
Sounds like a mild viral intestinal infection
Continue to feed regular diet, but limit lactose intake by using some pedialyte rather than milk or formula.
If you are breastfeeding, it should be ok to continue
With this age group, it can take 7-10 days for these types of intestinal upsets to clear ...Read more
My17mntj baby. Wt9kg. She was fever with vomiting for 5dyd. Liver increased a liver enzymes increas mosltly AST in7500.after. One mnth reports. Norml. Cause?
High LFTs in baby: Could be hepatitis A, from vegetables contaminated with stool, or hepatitis B from shellfish or toxicity from medication especially tylenol (acetaminophen) (or even as prescribed on the box may be too much for an infant). Also may have a underlying metabolic liver condition like slow aceytalator of NAT2 (which makes tylenol (acetaminophen) more concerning), Gilbert's, G6PD. Follow with MD/GI ...Read more
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
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
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 has been vomiting once a day, in mornings only. This has been going on for 5 days. There is no headache. The only other symptom is low grade fever of 99. I am fearful of brain tumor. Could it be?
If a child writes on her hand will she get ink poisoning and vomit? Her hand is red and she's vomiting. She doesn't have fever or the poops.
No: No, she will not get ink poisoning. That's a bit of an "old wives' tale". That said, if she's irritated her hand, it may be a little red. I highly doubt the vomiting has anything to do with it, and is likely another issue. If that persists, i'd get her evaluated. ...Read more
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 age 7 seems to have the flu can I give her peto bismol? She is age 7 and has vomitting and diareah and doesn't seem to have a fever, can I give her peto bismol for te stomach upset and diareah?
Could a bacterial throat infec lead to tummy pain and fever vomiting in a 4 yr old child who has had 2 courses of antibi- in 3 weeks that isnotworking?
Probably not: Strep throat is the most common cause of bacterial sore throat, which is very sensitive to 'cillin type antibiotics. It is possible that the antibiotics are causing side effects of tummy pain and vomiting. It is also possible that the child's throat infection is viral, even several viral illnesses closely spaced in time. ...Read more
Do you have diarrhea/loose stools also?
Most common cause is probably stomach flu (viral gastroenteritis).
How long as vomiting been going on?
If just for a few days, might be something you ate or a virus
other conditions can also cause nausea/vomiting. See a doc if you are having severe abdominal pain, not passing gas or stools, having bloody vomit, having severe headaches or can't drink well. ...Read more
Many possibilities: Might have a viral infection, eaten food that disagreed with them, other. If this persists have a pediatrician see them. In the meantime try and get clear liquids into them and keep hydrated. ...Read more
See below: Simply means you are likely gagging on mucous in your throat from an illness or allergies. However, depending on how long the cough has been going on can also help determine if other more concerning issues are occurring. See you doc for an evaluation if the cough has been chronic. ...Read more
Rule out meningitis: If the fever is high, or your daughter seems at all obtunded, or the neck is stiff, vomiting is persistent, there is a headache, or the child simply seems very ill, an emergency room visit is in order -- even though a mild viral illness can give a low fever and vomiting. ...Read more
I have not given any bright blue food to my 1yr old so what may cause him to have bm that color plus he has also been vomiting and with minor fever?
Gatroenteritis: Uncommon color for stools. The reasons vary but most related to consumption of something earlier to the bowel movement. Unfortunately though, there are also certain diseases that could be responsible for a bluish green color. Acute gastroenteritis is usually viral and occurs in children with some frequency until the age of about 5. If your 1 year old continues w fever, see a pediatrician. ...Read more
Unlikely: Fever is due to a breakdown in the presence of a malignant lesion. Vomiting is due to reverse peristalsis of the GI tract. Liver metastasis regardless of origin is clonal in origin and cant spread from liver to involve GI tract. Liver mets are well vascularize and fed from hepatic artery so to damage tumor one must embolize the arterial branch feeding tumor. ...Read more
A number of things: If persists or recurs need to see doctor. ...Read more
Food poisoning/virus: Your symptoms are classic for both food poisoning and for a viral gastroenteritis. In either case symptoms are likely to improve within 24 hours. The greatest danger is dehydration. Don't worry about eating until you feel better but drink water; ginger tea with lemon and honey may help. You could also try the homeopathic remedy Nux vomica 30c. If not improving within a couple days see a Dr. ...Read more
What is the cause of fever, chills, vomiting, body pain and diarrhoea. We were away in the bushveld and it was extremely hot?
I'm almost 11 weeks. I have a severe migraine followed by lots of vomitting nausea and a fever. I also feel really weak. Is my baby ok?
With the exception: Of fever, all other symptoms can be attributed to pregnancy. But fever is not normal in the first trimester, so you may have a viral or bacterial infection just like anyone else can. Monitor your symptoms closely, and if they worsen and you cannot keep fluids down, head to the doctor's office or emergency room to get help for you and make sure baby is ok. Thanks for trusting in HealthTap. ...Read more
My brother only has seizures when he vomits which I assumed was from temperature spike. Can seizures be caused by vomiting without a fever?
There are seizures that vomiting is the only symptom.
They typically involve the temporal lobe. Assuming that the seizures are febrile is not wise. Check with your doctor. ...Read more
Could either of these have caused fever and chills? 1:activated charcoal itself. 2:trying to hold in vomit for 1hr after it made me want to vomit.
My 2 year old has fever that comes and goes. The feverlasts for an hour. During that time, she just wants to sleep. After that, she acts normal with no vomit etc. What can bethe cause? Can it be anything serious?
None well studied.: I don't know of any "natural anti-fungals" to combat valley fever. If you have a good immune system and it's not disseminated valley fever, then most people heal up well on their own. The things you can do to get better quicker are: don't drink alcohol or smoke, get plenty of rest, lower your stress levels (lots of positive thoughts), and have close follow up with your doctor. Best of luck. ...Read more
Keep hydrated: We're seeing a lot of gastroenteritis, or the "stomach flu". Currently it's the norwalk virus, or a norovirus. The biggest thing is making sure she doesn't get dehydrated. Watch urine output, tears, drooling and energy level. If those start to flag a bit, then go get her looked at. ...Read more
Recluse or infection: Brown recluse bites can cause: morbiliform rash, fever, chills, nausea, vomiting, joint pain, renal failure, seizures and coma (the last symptoms mentioned here are rare). But any infected bite can cause fevers, vomiting and sometimes rashes. Seek physician care for this if it occurs. ...Read more