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Toddler Vomiting In Sleep
Age 33, , male.Woken up every night with severe chest pain (throat very dry).Only relieved by drinking water/milk.Also, woken up vomiting bile in sleep?
GERD: Your symptoms could be from acid reflux (gerd) or peptic ulcer disease. Ask you physician trial of anti acid medications. If you have weight loss, blood in the stool/black stools or symptoms not improving after anti acid treatment then endoscopy maybe indicated. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Reflux: It is most likely due to infant gastric esophageal reflux (GED). It is very common in infant due to the anatomy at this age. Make sure burp them after each feeding and keep upright position for another 15min after feeding. May elevate the head of the bed/crib 15-30 degree to prevent reflux. ...Read more
Husband develop nightly behavior, past2 months.Extreme irritability, anger, restlessness&sore back, punching in his sleep! does not remember in morning.
Restless leg syndrom: During sleep, symptoms like restlessness, irritability, anger, etc may be seen in restless leg syndrome for one. Sounds like a nightmare or night terror as well. Please have him consult his primary doctor to create a diagnosis. He may need sleep studies or psychotherapy as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Poor sleep patterns: Night terrors/sleep walking and sleep talking are all forms of a sleep disturbance commonly linked to sleep deficits. A short term (days) or long term period where the kid is not getting enough efficient sleep may set it off. Other factors can contribute to the process. Adding as little as a half hour of sleep/24hrs can sometimes decrease or end the events. ...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
9m old baby boy.has very disturbed sleep at night.rarely gasps in sleep.wife thinks he is crying in sleep.what could be reasons for gasping?
Needs further eval: Any infant with those concerns requires an in-person consults including a thorough physical exam. "Gasping" may invoke a range of problems non of which should be ignored. The more common possibilities include silent episodes of reflux, nasal congestion/obstruction, enlarged adenoids e.g obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), and more serious concerns that involve the sleep centers of the brain ...Read more
3 month old becomes fussy in evening, crying out suddenly as if in pain. Drooling alot and putting hand in mouth. Can he be teething?
Early: But yes, could be. See your Pediatrician to make sure it isn't something else. Also, in nine months give your child a wonderful 1st b'day present. Take him/her to a pediatric dental specialist, a Pedodontist, for initial exam, oral hygiene instructions, dentofacial growth & development evaluation, decay prevention advice, and so much more. ...Read more
Loss of bowel during sleep and unaware, fainting spells, vertigo, nausea, vomiting, vomiting in sleep. (all chronically occuring) even before klonopin (clonazepam)?
?sleep disorder: You are a bit young for true sleep apnea, but you could be experiencing nocturnal panic attacks, and either could make your other co-morbidities far worse. Have you had a traumatic event which triggered all of this?? Discuss possibility of overnight sleep study with your doctor. ...Read more
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Baby 9 months snores reflux wheezy allergys noticed he seems to hold breath in sleep and gasps in sleep occasionally ? What could cause this
Sleep apnea: Sounds like your baby has sleep apnea. Obstructive sleep apnea in kids is almost always caused by enlarged tonsils/adenoids. It is dangerous because it can seriously restrict their growth and development. Get ur baby to the pediatrician for eval and ENT referral. Good luck! ...Read more
No, it is not safe!: Infants should not sleep in "Baby Swings", or "Rock n' Play" by Fisher Price. The best way to prevent "Sudden Infant Death Syndrome" is to place infants on their back, which also encourages normal physical and motor development. They should sleep on a firm, flat surface. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
5yo with ADHD has started talking in his sleep.. also still wets the bed and snores... sleep apnea? Or is it all ADHD related
Yes: I've seen kids misdiagnosed as ADHD, when in fact they had sleep apnea. In children when they are sleep deprived, they often will "push through it", resembling an ADHD-type picture. Does he have large tonsils? Since he snores, and is sleep talking (could be a sign of sleep deprivation and high stage III pressure) I would recommend a sleep study to evaluate for possible OSA. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
2 year old who is constipated wakes in morning vomiting bile and complaining of pain-is this from the constipation?
Waking up choking on vomit, gasping for air, sometimes then vomiting more. Also had bowel movement in sleep, slept through it. Took 2 .5 mg Clonazepam?
Choking on vomit!: Something is quite wrong. Leave a message for your doc and the. Head straight to the ER. S/he may call while you are in route. Klonopin (clonazepam) is a respiratory depressant. It does sound like while you vomited & did cough up, this protecting ur airway, aspiration risk is hi and dangerous. Bowel movement in "sleep" could indicate anything from over sedation, to seizure, to GI problem. Need work to be safe! ...Read more
Son is 16 and was limp in his sleep and breathing shallowly and his eyes were rolling couldnt wake him up was this a seizure or REM behavior disorder?
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