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My 11 year old daughter has fever, vomiting and if she eats, drinks or takes any medicine, she vomits it back up, help, what do I do?

My 11 year old daughter has fever, vomiting and if she eats, drinks or takes any medicine, she vomits it back up, help, what do I do?

Gastroenteritis: Fever and vomiting are often caused by gastroenteritis viruses. Some children will have diarrhea later. Keeping hydrated and monitoring for pain are the most important things. Try sips of water or an electrolyte solution like Gatorade. Make sure that she is urinating 4-6 times per day. If she cannot stay hydrated or if she has severe headache or belly pain, you should call your doctor for help. ...Read more

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My daughter been sick for 4 days she has fever, vomiting & coughing?

My daughter been sick for 4 days she has fever, vomiting & coughing?

Time to see the doc: How old is she? Is she able to keep liquids down? Is the vomiting occurring because of the cough? Is she still making normal amounts of urine? How is her behavior? Regardless of these answers, it's time to have her evaluated by her pediatrician/doc. Good luck. ...Read more

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My daughter started vomiting out of no where and spiked a fever what could cause this?

My daughter started vomiting out of no where and spiked a fever what could cause this?

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

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Five years old daughter has been experiencing these symptoms for years, they consist of fever, vomiting. What could be causing this?

Five years old daughter has been experiencing these symptoms for years, they consist of fever, vomiting. What could be causing this?

Migraine phenomena: Migraine without headache can cause this combination. Discuss this with your doctor and review family history for members with history of migraine. Recurrent vomiting is often called abdominal migraine. Autonomic manifestations with fever, can also represent migraine without without headache. ...Read more

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My 19 month old daughter has been vomiting at night she has no fever. She is find all day long. It just at night what can I do for her.

My 19 month old daughter has been vomiting at night she has no fever. She is find all day long. It just at night what can I do for her.

Vomiting: Depends how long this has been ongoing. If a few days, then can be a stomach virus or postnasal drip and choking on her own mucous. If for a few weeks, then she might have reflux. ...Read more

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My daughter is 13, she has high fever, 102.5 and vomiting, what can I do?

My daughter is 13, she has high fever, 102.5 and vomiting, what can I do?

Fever & vomiting: She might just be tired and weak from vomiting (one loses a lot of energy from it) and not because she is dehydrated. Continue the pedialyte small amounts (2-4 oz or more) at a time every 10-15 minutes. If the vomiting becomes more frequent and she develops diarrhea, stops urinating and becomes lethargic and weaker, bring her to the ed or her doctor. ...Read more

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My 4 yr old daughter has been vomiting for the last couple of hours but no fever. What should I do?

My 4 yr old daughter has been vomiting for the last couple of hours but no fever. What should I do?

Give fluids: The most important thing is to replace the fluid that is being lost. Give her small volumes (1 tsp to 1 tbs) of fluid (flat coke, gingerale or pedialyte) every 10-15 minute. Increase the volume as tolerated. You can also try emetrol. Diarrhea may also occur as the virus moves down. When the vomiting has slowed down, give food and larger volumes less often. If not holding down fluid, call your md. ...Read more

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My 6yr old daughter has had a high fever and vomiting the last 3 days. She also won't eat. What should I do?

Time for visit: After 3 days it would be prudent to have someone look at her. Mild dehydration can be hard to detect and interfere with recovery after a viral illness has peaked. Other treatable issues may be present. A variety of medications may be helpful in assisting recovery. ...Read more

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My daughter is experiencing headache since early morning on Friday, it's stinging and woke her up today at night, she hasn't a fever, vomit has occurred 3 times in 12 hrs and no appetite at all since then, can't hold food and barely liquids.

My daughter is experiencing headache since early morning on Friday, it's stinging and woke her up today at night, she hasn't a fever, vomit has occurred 3 times in 12 hrs and no appetite at all since then, can't hold food and barely liquids.

See MD: Please bring your baby to see the MD asap. This time of year your daughter may have an ear infection, influenza, or acute gastroenteritis. There are several other reasons but she needs to see MD if she can't tolerate liquids. Give ice chips and pedialyte freezer pops. MD can give her medicine so she can tolerate oral liquids. Don't worry she will be just fine. ...Read more

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My 13year old daughter was sick with fever and vomiting. That's done but her face feels numb. Can violent vomiting cause that?

My 13year old daughter was sick with fever and vomiting. That's done but her face feels numb. Can violent vomiting cause that?

Not likely: 1. Face numbness after an acute infectious illness needs to be investigated.
2. She should see her pediatrician and she needs to be watched.
3. Sometimes a bell's palsy might develop after a viral infection. This is a numbness and paralysis of the facial nerve on one side.

If this persists, please see your pediatrician. ...Read more

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My daughter 11 months old got fever cough, vomitting and she breathes rapidly. Can I give her ventolin syrup and at what dose?

My daughter 11 months old got fever cough, vomitting and she breathes rapidly. Can I give her ventolin syrup and at what dose?

Get medical care: Your daughter needs to see a doctor. If she has all those symptoms she may have pneumonia and will need to be treated. If she is breathing rapidly or with difficulty she will need medical care. In most instances, ventolin/ albuterol syrup has fallen out of favor as treatment for asthma and wheezing. ...Read more

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My daughter is refusing to eat and laying around all day, very whiney. Only occasional low grade fever (99.4) and no vomiting or other pain. She is 3.

My daughter is refusing to eat and laying around all day, very whiney. Only occasional low grade fever (99.4) and no vomiting or other pain. She is 3.

Low grade fever: You need to make sure she stays hydrated until you get to see her pediatrician especially if she does not improve. Good luck. ...Read more

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My daughter 11 months old she got fever cough, vomiting and she breaths rapidly can I give her ventolin syrup and at what dose?

My daughter 11 months old she got fever cough, vomiting and she breaths rapidly can I give her ventolin syrup and at what dose?

Ventolin inhaler: The preferred route of administration for ventolin (albuterol) is by inhaler with holding chamber or via nebulizer. While ventolin syrup is still available, it's use is uncommon as there are significantly more side effects and doesn't work better than the inhaled route. ...Read more

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My daughter been sick since Sunday she was vomiting, coughing, hievefer until today is Thursday. Our Doctor did not gave her antibiotic only for fever?

My daughter been sick since Sunday she was vomiting, coughing, hievefer until today is Thursday. Our Doctor did not gave her antibiotic only for fever?

Viral Illness: It sounds like you doctor diagnosed a viral illness? Antibiotics are not indicated or useful in treating viruses. The only medications for viral illness are those that are used to treat the symptoms (such as tylenol (acetaminophen) if she is uncomfortable from the fever). If her fever is continuing or she is having new symptoms, I would recommend that she be reevaluated to rule out secondary infection. ...Read more

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My daughter had a flu shot a week ago and has experienced fever (103), vomiting, and now a rash that is spreading. She is 13 months old.?

My daughter had a flu shot a week ago and has experienced fever (103), vomiting, and now a rash that is spreading. She is 13 months old.?

Different: Does not sound like this is related to her flu shot. (by the way, good decision to have her get her flu shot). This sounds like a seperate illness that should be evaluated by her doctor. ...Read more

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My 5 year old daughter has rapid breathing, fever cough and vomiting. Is it normal for her to be breathing rapid shallow breaths with a fever?

My 5 year old daughter has rapid breathing, fever cough and vomiting. Is it normal for her to be breathing rapid shallow breaths with a fever?

Yes: It sounds like your daughter has a viral infection. Rapid breathing is common with fevers- as long as she's not short of breath or wheezing much this is likely not serious. You could give tylenol (acetaminophen) for the fever, but fever is how the body fights infection so if she is not in pain & the fever's below 104 might let it run its course. Important to keep her hydrated so please give fluids. See my comment:. ...Read more

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My Daughter is experiencing fatigue, fever (better by: rest) (worsened by: exercise or physical activity) (severity: mild), vomiting and skin ras...

My Daughter is experiencing fatigue, fever (better by: rest) (worsened by: exercise or physical activity) (severity: mild), vomiting and skin ras...

Concerning: You did not mention how old your daughter is. The diagnoses of individuals with these complaints may vary based on the age of the patient. Inflammatory or autoimmune diseases need to be ruled out. There are many different conditions that can have these symptoms that it is impossible to list them in this short note. She needs to see a primary physician who could direct you to specialists if needed ...Read more

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My daughter is 2yrs old - symptoms are: runny nose, cough, fever 2 separate days (39.37), congestion, occasional vomiting w/excessive cough?

My daughter is 2yrs old - symptoms are: runny nose, cough, fever 2 separate days (39.37), congestion, occasional vomiting w/excessive cough?

Viral?: This sounds like a cold but the vomiting and severe coughing spells lead me to believe that whooping cough needs be ruled out. ...Read more

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My daughter has fever for 2 days now and today she complains on occasional stomach pain that feels like she wants to vomit but she cant. Help!

My daughter has fever for 2 days now and today she complains on occasional stomach pain that feels like she wants to vomit but she cant. Help!

Could be many things: May be the start of a viral gastroenteritis (stomach flu) which could bring on more nausea/vomiting and diarrhea. Need to know other history: cold symptoms, sore throat, issues with urination. See your doctor to clarify these points and get a thorough physical exam. ...Read more

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My daughter is 10 m.She got fever, vomiting. The fever has gone. There is rash in her buttock area and legs. She teethes, she active but not eat well?

My daughter is 10 m.She got fever, vomiting. The fever has gone. There is rash in her buttock area and legs. She teethes, she active but not eat well?

See a doctor: Your daughter is ill. She should be seen by a pediatrician to be sure she doesn't become dehydrated from the vomiting, and to address the other problems. ...Read more

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My 5 yearold daughter has a fever of 102-104, vomiting, congestion, soar throat what does she have?

My 5 yearold daughter has a fever of 102-104, vomiting, congestion, soar throat what does she have?

Good question...: Please get her to her doctor as soon as possible. A child as sick as you describe, who just had bronchitis 2 weeks ago, needs appropriate evaluation and treatment ; not an educated guess by a doctor who does not have the benefit of knowing and examining her. ...Read more

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My daughter has 102.7 and she threw up in the morning. Does vomiting follow high fever? She does not have any other symptoms like runny nose.

My daughter has 102.7 and she threw up in the morning. Does vomiting follow high fever? She does not have any other symptoms like runny nose.

How old: Vomiting with high fever may mean a lot of things. Especially if she does not have other symptoms like cough and runny nose, better get her to be seen by physician to rule out urinary tract infection and other infections. ...Read more

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My 5 yearold daughter has a high fever of 102-104, cough, soar throat, vomiting, conjestion.

My 5 yearold daughter has a high fever of 102-104, cough, soar throat, vomiting, conjestion.

Youngster colds: Are really hard to evaluate and if conservative care at home (taking things to manage her fever, fluids to prevent dehydration, etc) are not working, you must go to the er to be treated. Very high temperatures can cause seizures and even injury so if you have a local doctor, ask him/her for what parameters you need to be on the look out for. ...Read more

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