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Is It Normal For My Baby To Throw Up After Coughing
Yes: Always is a very powerful word....So if your baby always throws up after coughing, i would want him seen. Food is meant to go down the digestive tract, not up (except when one has a stomach bug). (s)he could just have reflux or perhaps a mild respiratory condition. When parents use "always" and "never" and mean it, i generally want to evaluate that child. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My two month has a a cough.. Hes drinking his formula fine. Normal throw ups. No fever and not hot to the touch. What can i do to ease this cough away?
I have a cold and today i started coughing and i can hear a wezzy sound and i cough so hard i throw up is this normal ?
2/22/15 fever.26th normal. Afternoon 27th fever w/cough till now it hasnt gone away ive tried everything,but I feel mucus and I throw up last meal?
Fever comes and goes: I suspect that you have a viral bronchitis. I would try plenty of fluids to stay hydrated, mucinex or Guafenesin 400 or 600 mg either 6 or 4 times a day (2400 mg a day) and acetaminophen or ibuprofen for the fever. The sensation of wanting to vomit is from swallowing mucus which irritates the stomach ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is my son lactose intolerant? I'm asking because after my son drinks mill, within minutes he throws up. No temp, no cough! acts normal until he drinks milk. He also refuses to eat cheese. However, he eats things that have milk in them. He is 19 months.
Lactose : Lactose intolerance typically causes cramping, bloating, diarrhea, and gas. Immediate vomiting after milk leads me to think he might have a milk allergy. Most kids with milk allergies outgrow them, but some can become worse over time and kids with one food allergy might be predisposed to others. Knowing his risks can help introducing new foods. Talk with his doctor about this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See doctor: Need to see your primary care doctor. ...Read more
My 7yr old coughs so much she throws up a lot of phlegm.How can I help her?She has asthma.No allergies had GERD as baby but dr said outgrew it
Asthma medications: This may be due to cough-variant asthma, which often responds to singulair or inhaled corticosteroids. The cough could also be related to gerd, sinusitis, persistent bacterial bronchitis or other infection. Evaluation by you physician is required. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 7yr old has been coughing a lot and throws up phlegm.How can I help her?No allergies has been tested.Has asthma.Had GERD as baby dr said she outgrew
See below: Coughing and gagging up the mucous is actually good! your child is clearing her throat and lungs and this is protective. If anything, give an expectorant (mucinex) and decongestant (sudafed) and then, sit her up, humidify the air and have the child spit out the mucous. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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