Does high fever induce vomiting?

Unlikely. While illnesses with a fever can be associated with vomiting, like gastroenteritis or appendicitis, I am unaware of a physiologic mechanisim where fever would cause vomiting. With that said, if you are having fever and vomiting for more than a day, you should seek the care of a medical provider soon.

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May I know the causes of having a high fever for a 6 months old baby? As of the moment he keeps on vomiting.

Doctor right now. High fever and vomiting could be a virus but meningitis needs to be ruled out. Please take your baby to the closest emergency room .or doctor right away. Read more...

My 3 year old son have a high fever for three days and just started vomiting today. His sister has a fever also. What could this be? What should I do

Some tips. 3 days of fever and vomiting - take your son to see a medical provider - urgent care or er these days. It may be a simple cold or the flu (more likely) or may be a stomach flu (viral gastroenteritis). Vomiting can lead to quick dehydration, so you should seek help promptly. Read more...
Probably viral but.. It is impossible to know for certain from these symptoms, but the most likely cause is a viral infection, possibly roseola, which is common in 3 yo's & has high fever with few other symptoms (though vomiting can be one of them). Classically the fever goes away after 3-5 days & then a rash appears, so it may be hard to know if he has this for a couple more days. Please see "comment" below for more. Read more...

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...
Keep her NPO. That means nothing by mouth for 4 hours and fever control.Then start off with clear liquids, advance as tolerated.If persistent vomiting and cannot control fever, take her to the doctor. She may have bacterial infection may need antibiotics or admission if dehydrated and cannot keep anything down. Read more...

Please answer me! . ...My 17 months old granddaughter has a high fever and vomiting. ..Wat do I do?

Calm down and then.. You sound panicked, so take a deep breath. Most likely she has "stomach flu" but no way i can tell for sure. Fever is how our bodies fight infection & is not dangerous unless above 105. The greatest danger is dehydration. Ideally give her sips of ginger tea with lemon & honey (or ginger ale) for the nausea & to hydrate. If she can't keep fluids down for several hours go to the er for IV fluids. Read more...

I'm having a 39.6 high fever and my because of my tonsil what is the best way to do? And I keep on vomiting

See your doctor. Vomiting can cause dehydration. You'll need meds to stop the vomiting so you don't get dehydrated, and you may need IV fluids if you are already dehydrated. If you have tonsillitis and you are on antibiotics, they won't work if you throw them up, and if you're not on antibiotics you may need them. In any case, you need to see a doctor. Try to drink lots of fluids in the meantime. Read more...

My 6yr old daughter has had a high fever and vomiting the last 3 days. She also wont eat. What should I do?

Pediatrician. Would be best to have her evaluated by a pediatrician is access if she is dehydrated from the vomiting ( may need IV fluids) and if she needs treatment for an infectious cause for the fever. Read more...
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...

I have high fever, shiverin and little bit of vomitting as my belly gets heavy sometime... Platlets count are fine... Easonophils are 0%.?

Fever, shiver, vomit. You seem very sick in view of these symptoms. It may suggest intra-abdominal infection, colitis, diverticulitis, etc. You need to see your primary physician asap or go to the nearest emergency room to avoid potential complcations like sepsis. Read more...