Toddler coughing vomiting

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(except coughing spasm), 5 days ago she had vomiting, loss of appetite and then 2 episode of white poop. (last just today). yesterday she has some small urticaria on her body, hand and foot. I gave her Loratadine and now she is OK. about your kids, could you understand what was the cause? should I go for blood tests and liver function test?
Just spoke to pediatrician who said that this is a fairly common complaint amongst the toddler crowd. She feels that it is developmental and includes a muscle soreness/pain. We are still having the bone scan tomorrow, just to be sure...Hope this gives everyone a much needed boost.
My 3 year old has a fever of 102, is vomiting, shaking, coughing, and has a runny nose. Should I take her to the ER at this point?
The next 4 weeks she was fine. Beginning of december, she started coughing really bad with high fever==> another bronchitis. She had to take antibiotics. One week later (fever went away), the couhing wouldn't stop. Doctor prescribed aerosol (Flixotide). We gave this for four weeks but things didn't get better. She also complained of some abdominal pain (once a day but there is really no pointing out where this is coming from.
My daughter is two years old and this past Sunday she woke up vomiting. At the time we thought that most likely she had gotten into some bad food because her Father had picked her up a chicken tenders kids meal late that night when the place was about to close. Well she fell back to sleep that morning and when she woke back up she was fine. She was playing and running and laughing all day. She even rode a carousel! Well that night (Sunday)while she was sleeping she threw up again.
(still has normal bowel movements though, 1-2 a day)( I also have always had a weak stomach and a sensitive gag reflex myself.) If she starts coughing too hard, she almost always throws up. It seems my DH and I are cleaning up vomit several times a month. I have asked the doc about her throwing up, but he never seemd that concerned (BTW, I HATE the pediatrician my daughter has, and will be switching soon)..
my 3 year old toddler keeps vomiting, no temperature, no other symptoms other then a runny nose, clear. and a little cough. he isn't coughing when vomiting occurs. when he vomits, he screams then sounds like he is choking. should i call the doctor?
My toddler is 17 months old 2 month premmature. She has acid reflux and asmtha. She goes through spurts of throwing up. Today she threw up 5 times in 1 hour. Please help!! Is there anything i can give her. Do for her?? I do not want her getting dehydrated!!
I just read all of these posts and in most cases I feel that I was the one posting. For the past two years she has been coughing and vomiting at night...coughing, coughing, and coughing until she vomits. Sometimes we have to change her bedding twice a night (like last night). I am going to do more research on the salt pipe, if it works and gives her some relief it would be worth it. i guess that I have not noticed if it is worse in the winter months.
My son got it and had what seemed to be standard respiratory symptoms (runny eyes, sneezing like crazy, apparently a sore throat, coughing), but then he started vomiting one night and vomited for about 6 hours. It was pretty miserable, and I was a little po'ed that neither my husband's doc nor my son's pedi had them get swabbed to check for H1N1. (It is certainly out there in our state.
After 3 weeks to a month, it appears my Mother and I are over the worst of it. I believe it was some form of bronchitis. At least that is what the symptoms were like. I had the heavy cough that made all parts of my body hurt. Some of the symptoms continue to linger. If I get the dry cough a few times, I take a cough drop "ricola" and stop it. The last 4 or 5 nights I was able to sleep. Before that, I would wake up coughing after less than an hour on my side.
I had a u/s and my MIL watched our toddler so we wouldn't have to chase her around the exam room. She was also watching my S/BIL;s son (my nephew) which is fine. Well...we get out there, and surprise SIL and BIL and there too. no biggie, it's nice to see them and their newborn daughter (she's only like a week and ahalf old and ADORABLE). They had also dropped by our house the night before last. Well....
a cold virus is passed by one child (with the virus) sneezing, coughing, rubbing their eye or nose etc. and then touching something.....then another child(without the virus)comes along and touches that same surface and then rubbs their eyes or something to that effect. hence the reason things spread like wild fire through daycares and schools but not so much in offices. as for the preggo halloween costume....
respiration – chemoreceptors cardiac center – sympathetic, parasympathetic system vasomotor center – baroreceptors reflex centers of vomiting, coughing, sneezing, and swallowing Hopefully a doctor will actually take a look at this since this is the only place that mentions it online (sadly). Our pediatrician swears it not a big thing, more annoying and worrisome than dangerous.
The last time I took her to the doctor for a terrible flu with diarrhea and vomiting, he said it was her body sending more blood to her gut due to the illness. I accepted his explanation at the time, but in retrospect, I realize that doesn't explain all the other times it happens unrelated to being cold or ill. She was prematue at birth and was in the hospital for three months, so she was worked up for Cardiac issues at great length and at that time her heart was fine.
louis for a possible answer nwxt week. They say it can be a multiple of problems or just toddler high fever wich he will grow out of... we will see.
mid feb - high fever for 4 days, chills, headache, night sweats, swollen lymph nodes, puss on tonsils, diarreah, vomiting, back pain, sore joints, trouble breathing, sore throat, etc. but no coughing or mucous which are characteristics of pneumonia. REST OF STORY CONTINUED ON NEXT POST BELOW The "Comments" posted below are provided by individuals and reflect their personal opinions only. Under NO circumstances should you act on any advice or opinion posted in this forum.
didn,t know but said these can develop from infection. so i was great, until last summer, woke up the wee hours, vomiting and diarrhea and severe pain in urq. just like my gallbladder. i would have thought i had the flu or something if not for the pain exactly in the same area. since that time i've had several more of these "attacks". but the main problem is i have continuing pain in my "phathom" gallbladder.
While in college, it got to the point where my heart rate would near 250-280 bpm and I would pass out (syncope) - this was usually exercise induced or would come a result of doing something suddenly - sneezing, a quick sprint, running down the stairs, coughing, etc. During a softball game I passed out because of an episode (I usually had large attacks a few times a year). My heart rate was 280 bpm and after it subsided my blood pressure was 150/130.
Had a baby girl July 28th. Normal delivery, actually a VBAC for me. 3 weeks later, I started getting really bad pains all over my stomach. several calls to doctor & an office visit & nothing was found. Ended up in the ER - a scan showed what appeared to be a 9cm cyst on rt ovary & torsioning of the tube. Couldn't bear the pain, so opted for laproscopic surgery to remove the cyst 2 days later. Woke up from surgery to find out it wasn't a cyst, but a serious infection.
Since I am pregnant, I can't take ibuprophen or get x-rays so I really don't know what to do. I also have a toddler that I lift a lot so maybe that's causing it. Anyway, I'm not so happy that other people are having the same pain, but relieved to know that I'm not crazy. I don't think it's carple tunnel - I don't have any numbness in my hands - at least, not yet.
And most everday I am tired, like someone has sucked all the energy right out of me. I'm sure a lot of this has to do with raising my toddler, but not all of it. Some of you are really suffering right now and I know exactly how you feel because in most cases I have been there too. Hopeless, frustrated, anxious, and more. When this happened to me I thought my life as I knew it had come to an end and didn't know what I was going to do.
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