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Baby throwung up- no fever- what shield I do? 
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Dr. James Ferguson
Pediatrics
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In brief: ?Age/Attitude/wets
Throwing up can be a simple wet burp or early signs of twisted gut.
How old?How much?Is baby upset/bothered.I classify them as happy or sad spitters.I worry less with happy ones that are ready to feed immediately &playful most of the time.The sad ones refuse feeds, look sick, don't play & are likely to get into trouble.Consult your dr for guidence, both can be helped.

In brief: ?Age/Attitude/wets
Throwing up can be a simple wet burp or early signs of twisted gut.
How old?How much?Is baby upset/bothered.I classify them as happy or sad spitters.I worry less with happy ones that are ready to feed immediately &playful most of the time.The sad ones refuse feeds, look sick, don't play & are likely to get into trouble.Consult your dr for guidence, both can be helped.
Dr. James Ferguson
Dr. James Ferguson
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Dr. Edward Neilsen
Family Medicine
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Dehydrated?
A young baby (less than 3 months) should be evaluated by a doctor if they begin throwing up regularly.
In children 2 years and younger dehydration is a very common reason for hospitalizaton and can be very dangerous. Signs of dehydration include dry mouth, no tears, or decreased urination (or wet diapers). No matter what age, a child who shows signs of dehydration should be seen and evaluated.

In brief: Dehydrated?
A young baby (less than 3 months) should be evaluated by a doctor if they begin throwing up regularly.
In children 2 years and younger dehydration is a very common reason for hospitalizaton and can be very dangerous. Signs of dehydration include dry mouth, no tears, or decreased urination (or wet diapers). No matter what age, a child who shows signs of dehydration should be seen and evaluated.
Dr. Edward Neilsen
Dr. Edward Neilsen
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