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Kid Throwing Up And Immediatly Hungry
My 2 mo pukes up every bottle.On a predigested formula worked for 3 weeks then started puking up stomach acid.On meds n puking everything up again?
Ge reflux: Infants normally spit up some following ingestion of liquids. Severity of reflux is judged by volume, frequency and weight gain. Symptoms include frequent spitting up, irritability, refusal to eat, and lack of normal weight gain. If vomiting several hours after meal, means also slow gastric emptying.Antireflux meds may not help with this. Ugi, nm gastric emptying, ph probe tests may be used to dx. ...Read more
My son has being spitting up clabbered and draws his legs up wakes up screaming and screams until he falls back to sleep all day ?
5w old breastf threw up all her food yesterday keeping it down today 2fully soiled diapers 2lightly soiled weird belly noises cries when pooping fussy?
Tummy aches: Are you breast or bottle feeding?If you are breast feeding, your baby may have been having difficulty with something you ate.Bottle feeding?With the presentation you describe and subsequent improvement I would suggest that a minor stomach bug may have been the issue and that things should continue to improve.Go to ED for progressive vomiting, bright green vomit, or inconsolable irritability. ...Read more
My daughter is 6 months old and she keeps spitting up her formula after she drinks it, mostly 1-2 hours after. It comes up like spit up but smells like vomit?
She may be having: something called gastroesophageal reflux,which occurs when the valve between the stomach and the esophagus is a little floppy and allows some formula to come back up.Most babies outgrow this eventually and if she is thriving would not need treatment.If the formula is new to her, it could be a formula intolerance.You should discuss this further with her own pediatrician and have her examined there. ...Read more
My 7 month old randomly started throwing up - at first it was normal spit up throw up but then it turned into gagging and throwing up white frothy ?
If my son doesn't eat dinner he ends up throwing up anything he tries to eat the next morning. Why?
My son woke up this morning acting his normal smiley self no fever or coughing but I picked him up and he puked 3 times a watery clear liquid?
Vomiting: can be caused by many things, but the most likely with an abrupt onset like this would be a viral gastroenteritis. Since the vomit was clear, it suggests that he has been able to digest his last meal, which makes a bowel obstruction unlikely. Also, ask you child about a possible head injury. Falls in gym class are not uncommon and vomiting is seen with concussion. Not all kids are lethargic. ...Read more
My baby doesn't sleep! i feed her cereal and a bottle before bed at 9 and she still wakes up at 3am and will keep waking up until sunrise. Shes 6 month?
Sleep training: She needs sleep training. Do not play with her when she wakes up. Keep the lights dim/off & talk softly @ night letting her know it is not time to play. Also make sure that she is on a sleep schedule w 1-2 naps in the daytime. The last nap should not be near bedtime. Enlist the help of dad to do this, talk to pcp for more specific advice. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My baby was throwing up every formula bottle he ate for three days and now he is coughing until he throws up and has a stuffy nose. No fever?
Vomiting : This could be associated to a viral syndrome which is very common. However depending on the baby's age if he is in his first 2 months of life and gets fever that requires immediate ed evaluation. In any case the fact that he has been not tolerating anything for 3 days deserves for him to get evaluated asap. In the meantime trying small sips of pedialyte can prevent dehydration. ...Read more
2 month old. Projectile vomiting. Wakes up when I lay her down. Prefers to sleep on tummy. Wakes up screaming.
Every few weeks i go to bed and get up shortly after with very bad tummy pains leading to nearly throwing up and explosive diahreah. Preventable?
Food allergy: It may be wise for you to keep a food diary to look for potential culprits causing your symptoms. ...Read more
Identify the cause.: Basically, this is what babies do. What you need to do is figure out why. Hungry? Thirsty? Pain? Too cold? Too hot? Colicky? Missing you? Congested? ...Read more
My daughter (30) cannot stop throwing up - dry heaves thinks she ate something bad at lunch around noon today?
Is there fever also?: Food poisoning is unfortunately more common than we would like to believe. While this is a logical possibility, there are other reasons for vomiting to excess. Has your daughter taken any medications? Does she have a fever? These could be clues to suggest something other than food poisoning. Try simple over the counter anti-nausea medications first. If no relief, then call your doctor. ...Read more
Is my one yr old having night terrors ? My one yr old wakes up screaming when i try to pick him up he will usualy throw himself back down onto the bed and doesn't want me to pick him up when I do finaly pick him up he pushes and kicks screaming louder we
Common in children : Most night terrors, children has no recall when they wake up. Suggest looking at what he eats prior to bedtime. May have allergy to certain foods. Try switching his food and use something different if this helps then avoid that certain food. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My boyfriend has been throwing up all day can't keep anything down and every time he hickups as well it makes him throw up. has pain chest associated.
ER-now: Please proceed directly to the ER or UC clinic ...Read more
Knees feel weak and like jello after throwing up 7 times last night. I'm not throwing up anymore and am drinking fluids. Cause?
Not positive - maybe: Gastroenteritis. See you are a binge eater- were you overextended when you began vomiting. Start with clear liquid like water, soda that is clear, or sports hydration drinks. Sip often to prevent dehydration. Work up to solids with bland foods like bananas, rice, applesauce, toast, gelatin, or chicken. Avoid alcohol, nicotine, caffeine, dairy ; high fat foods. Rest. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer