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What Is The Best Treatment For Projectile Vomiting
Best thing I've come up with from projectile vomiting is pyloric stenosis. Is that the only cause?
For example, a child sitting on your lap and projectile vomiting could completely clear your lap with the material vomited, forcefully projecting it away from himself. This often occurs when there is an obstruction to emptying the stomach at the pyloris, a muscle at the far end of the stomach where it ...Read more
Forceful vomiting: For example, a child sitting on your lap and projectile vomiting could completely clear your lap with the material vomited, forcefully projecting it away from himself. This often occurs when there is an obstruction to emptying the stomach at the pyloris, a muscle at the far end of the stomach where it meets the small intestine. ...Read more
Esophagus: You could get some minor tears in blood vessels in the stomach or esophagus from projectile vomiting. The acid from the vomiting could do damage to the esophagus if it persists. ...Read more
Not likely: Projectile vomiting in adults is generally associated with intra-cranial issues. If it has not resolved, please see you doctor at your earliest. ...Read more
Vomitting: The reason we try to differentiate between both is projectile vomiting tends to be associated with more serious pathology. While vomiting could be something benign. Mist babies tend to spit up alot and we call it vomiting. I'd they have projectile vomiting, we might consider the possibility of pyloric stenosis. ...Read more
Infection usually: Ah, what fun. A small child with vomiting all over the house... Most of the time it's infection, either influenza or a stomach virus of some kind (gastroenteritis). Hydrate and rest, and things will correct in a few days. If there is a lime-green color, excessive lethargy, blood in the stool, or excessive abdominal pain, get the child checked immediately. ...Read more
My 7 month old son is projectile vomiting uncontrollaby and he has a slight temp. It's been going in most if the day. He if in good spirits but has?
Careful: Watch for dehydration--urine output? Moist mouth? Good eye contact? Skin color pink? Finger print goes away in less than 4 sec? If vomit is pine green or has blood he needs immediate medical attention. Otherwise you can do slow frequent fluids for him. Pedialyte or g2 gatorade would be best. Call your doctor if the vomiting persists. ...Read more
My 6 month old had projectile vomiting today. I recently introduced baby yogurt - 2 days ago and again last night. Could this be a bug or intolerance?
Across the room: Basically, the vomit spews out the mouth and across the room, like a "projectile" And the projectile vomiting of blood is certainly a great concern! ...Read more
I often get severe bilateral headache followed by projectile vomiting... I also feel spme fluid accumulated in my head. What should I do?
Depends: Usually short lived projectile vomiting does not hurt the GI tract as long as the cause is identified and corrected. Occasionally retching can hurt the esophagus. ...Read more
Glad you asked...:
Got a call once: child is vomiting. "how far? " I asked. "out of this room and on the wall of the next one."
that's projectile vomiting.
We don't see it now as much as we used to because we usually diagnose pyloric stenosis (its most common cause in infants) before it gets that far. ...Read more
Projectile vomiting: Projectile vomiting that has been present for seven months without progression is likely caused by severe gastroesophageal reflux, rather than the more concerning condition of pyloric stenosis. Regardless, projectile vomiting is generally not considered 'normal'. The next question is if it is being caused by a significant anatomical problem, or interfering with adequate growth. ...Read more
Investigate: Its time to do some investigations into the possible causes ...Read more
Unclear query: Unclear is you're a person or an animal. If you're a person, why are you thinking of "going hunting? ". Fresh blood, perhaps. ...Read more
Not sure: Increased pressure in the brain/skull is often associated with vomiting. We don't know exactly how the pressure triggers the vomiting center in the brainstem, it just does. Since sudden onset of headache and vomiting can be a sign of a serious condition see you doctor immediately. This is especially true if the vomiting occurs during the night while sleeping. ...Read more
If newborn baby is projectile vomiting, should we go to the ER, or can we wait for the Dr's appointment we have for the next day?
Generally No: If this in fact a reaction, it is very rare and should resolve within 1-2 days. And it should occur within 24hrs of the shot. If the baby is vomiting projectily which means across the table, call your doctor. ...Read more
My 6 month old son projectile vomiting and also has diahoria now I have noticed some dark colour strings on his poo is this a sign of a rotavirus?
3wk old projectile vomiting no fever but not keeping anything down, ultrasound was good. What else should drs be looking for?
Watch closely: Breastfeed or not? The chief concern is a newborn condition called pyloric stenosis. A normal ultrasound is reassuring, but does not completely rule it out. The baby needs to be watched closely to see what happens to the weight. Also make sure burping the infant frequently is done. ...Read more
No: No, as long as you don't drink it. ...Read more
High ICP: Increased intracranial pressure.Get a more detailed answer ›
2 month old. Projectile vomiting. Wakes up when I lay her down. Prefers to sleep on tummy. Wakes up screaming.
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