Vomiting mucus child

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He seemed a little stuffy but his nose was clear and then the last two days, clear mucus has been coming from his mouth in a burplike fashion I am going to check with the pediatrician again. I was just concerned because my first son had pyloric stenosis and needed surgery for the incessant vomiting as he had a blockage in his stomach but Brayden seems to be gaining weight but I do think we overfeed him as well.
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my problem is when i am stressed or face emotional problem i just lose any appetite and i tend to self provoked vomit, after vomiting i feel a little better for a short time, sometimes i try to vomit and just vomit mucus as there is nothing in my stomach. i didnt eat anything for more than 5 days now, trying to drink juices. plz cld u help me or tell me what's the name of my condition, amn't bulimic or anorexic, i dont have any body image problems.
The FDA took meds off the shelf and the pediatrician can not and will not prescribe anything for my very sick child. He has an extremely bad cough which leads to vomiting. He can not hold any foods down...not even Jello and broth. For the past few days (3 or 4) he hasn't eaten anything. If he has it's been a few things and he's threw them all up. I have been trying everything that the doctor told me....humidifier, motrin.....but he is still the same.
Anyway this evening, he stated he had some diareha at school today. This evening, he had a good bit of blood and mucus. Not really any stool. Called the after hours clinic, and took him there. While there he thought he had to have a BM, but again just lots of mucus and bright red blood. They of course were able to collect, and will send of for testing. The MD did an anal exam, and found no tearing nor hemmroids.
On Monday the 21st we took him to the hosptial where the doctor did an exam on him even examening his belly while he was vomiting and seeing the vomit contents. The doctor did a CT scan as well as blood work and all came back normal with no abnormalities in sight ( huge relief) Blood work as well was normal but still not an answer to why he is vomiting on and off for two weeks now. Unfortunately we left with good news but no news on what is causing him to feel sick.
There are tests that can confirm or rule it out. Tonight's Discovery Health Channel episode of Mystery Diagnosis has a case of a child vomiting in her sleep (without waking up). It happened for over 3 months. The child was fine otherwise during the day. For a long time, no one could figure out what was wrong.
[also---if he drinks hot water, this relaxes the muscle that contracts while vomiting. So you can't vomit. when my child had the flu, he couldn't eat even afterwards. the doc said that muscle was on the fritz. So with each meal, he drank hot water, and voila! No more vomiting!
For the last 3 weeks or so, she vomits quite frequently sometimes violently what appears to be mucus and sometimes we think alot is getting ready to come out and only a little or none comes. We thought it was a virus but are unsure since it has been so long (3 wks.) She has no fever, and as soon as she finishes throwing up, she appears to be back to normal. Any help is appreciated.
I am unable to pass gas until I experience a movement that is entirely clear and thick mucus. I pass the mucus 3-5 time a day for several days. this comes with pain that puts me in bed(a determined, single mom and business owner). I don't have any area that hurts to touch. The pain moves all over. The pressure is mostly in the rectal area. I have had problems with herriods for over 18 years since my first child was born with lots of back labor causing huge hemrroids that made the nurses gasp!
my child vomits mucus in the mornings occsionally what can this be? This discussion is related to <a href='http://www.medhelp.org/posts/show/284784'>4 y/o daughter vomiting mucus in mornings</a>.
Then seven or eight weeks ago she started vomiting and never really stopped- she seems to cycle through one week of severe vomiting, 1 week of every other day vomiting and then one week of no vomit.. She throws up anywhere from 4 to 8 times a day and has been losing weight, she even wakes up in the middle of the night vomiting and dry heaving.
I am Pregnant with my second child. I never had morning sickness with the first and with this one, still not too morning sickness but for the third time now I have had vomiting and diarrhea at the same time happening. I thought it had to do with what I was eating, because the first 2 times it happened after having fast food (which I rarely do anyways), but this last time it happened shortly after eating eggs, toast and fruit.
Feared it might be a fast malabsorption problem so we've been trialing pregestimil for 4 days now, no improvement on bowels out congestion. Add vomiting. Coincidence or something new? Perhaps needing to go back to Neocate? No blood in stool that i can tell. Hes not teething, not drooling. He also no longer sleeps through the night. Wakes up 2 Xs now. Does not eat more than 5oz at a time. in the e.r. Last night (unrelated issue) he weighed 17lbs 4oz which is 2oz LESS than he weighed 2 weeks ago.
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She basically has asthma, and being premature her lungs never finished developing, being a c-section baby as well didn't help since they can't get the mucus out of the lungs...then having asthma in the family. They said that's the most likely cause so any time she gets a little cold it goes right into her chest. I understand, when I get sick it's so much harder. I'm sure as she gets older she has more of a chance of growing out of it. I got asthma as an adult, I'm stuck with it forever.
Here are her symptoms- Pain in her upper stomach, pain in her back- in the area where her stomach hurts just on her back also, vomiting, thick mucus- she spits a lot when she has this. Urge to poop- but can't. She has this going on for a couple years now the family Dr. has been unable to help us.. she continues to have these symptoms and I can't take it anymore! Friday she has another appointment..this time I am telling them to refer me to a specialist..
Hello I am here in seach of help. My 5 year old daughter started vomiting about 1 month ago, since then she vomits every other day, as she puts food in her stomach it hurts. Sometimes she vomits just mucus and bile, sometimes its undigested food that she ate several hours earlier, one example is she had grape juice one night at 7pm and when she vomited at 4pm the next day the grape juice was still there. She had blood work done and they ruled out a stomach virus and bacteria as well as Ceilac.
I'm sorry to hear your son is going through this. Does he throw up at the same time every night? Is he eating the same foods, drinking the same liquids, brushing his teeth with the same toothpaste? Did this start before the bronchitis, and was he on any medication for the bronchitis? The answers to these questions should help narrow down the possible causes, but I urge you to take your son to your pediatrician to be evaluated. That much vomiting should be investigated quickly.
If the doctor prescribes antibiotics, give them as prescribed. Avoid giving your child nonprescription medicines for vomiting or diarrhea unless the doctor recommends them, as they can prolong the illness. Acetaminophen (such as Tylenol) can be given to reduce fever and make your child more comfortable. To prevent dehydration, follow your doctor's guidance about what your child should eat and drink.
But I had at last winter and I just got over it again today. I was up all night vomiting (yellow/greenish mucus) but not any food. It just lasted 24 hours but I still took off work a 2nd day to recuperate. My question is, is it common for an adult to get the stomach flu once a year? I know I caught it from my son who's 13, he had it last week,then my husband was sick but he just had diarreah. Please tell me if there anyone else out there who has bouts with this awful flu once a year?
I had asthma as a child, and it was much better in my 20's, but now it seems to be much more sensitive to illness, seasonal allergies, as well as other variables such as travel, weather changes, stress and what have you. But for the first time ever this week, after catching my husband's virus, I've been coughing to the point of vomiting. It hit over the holidays so there's been no good time to go to a doctor, but I hope to go tomorrow.
Our pediatrician feels he will likely just outgrow it. The mucus can also irritate the stomache and cause vomiting, although we have only had that happen on occasion. Obviously I don't know if this is what is going on with your child, but perhaps it will help?
at 2 weeks old he had put on no weight and ended up in hospital due to Failure to thrive and vomiting. He also had to be given a baby enema as he had trouble using his bowels. some of the symptoms over last 2 years along with 21 hospital admissions.
I run in there and she has vomit all over her face because she started vomiting while she was sleeping or couldn't roll over before it started. I've tried mylicon but it doesn't work. However, I gave her half a tablet of childrens pepto bismol last night and she slept well. Could a child as young as my daughter have acid reflux?
Due may the fourth this is my third child the other two are 7 and 9i now but i have had the worst symptoms this time vomiting, headaches, even blood in my vomit when i puke and in my mucus when i blow my nose. Im so sleeppy all the time and they have even found sists in my uterus.
The only time that she has slept with us/mom is if she was sick, which she had gotten regularly due to recuring sinus infections which led to an accumulation of mucus in her stomach and subsequent vomiting. 3 weeks ago she had her adenoids removed (to alieviate the sinus infections) and since the surgery she has become very emotional (cyring episodes for an hour or more) and wants to sleep with mom.
• Throat feels tight as if its hard to swallow – full of mucus ?? • Sometimes feel like it’s hard to catch a breath especially if it’s hot or I’m tired – so this leads to me having feelings of being short of breath and hard to breathe, I find it hard to breathe and can sometimes feel faint. Extremely worried when I can’t catch my breath – I do not know what to do. • Constantly feel tired, even after eating.
my 3yr old boy started with it coughing until he turns blue and then vomiting nearly every time mainly mucus,now my 4yr old daughter with chronic asthma has it just as bad. I have taken them to the dr,in which he prescribed albuterol and rondec as well as steamy showers,but nothing seems to be working for them. It's breaking my heart to see them suffering so much. he has had it for almost 2 weeks and her a week. They wake up in from a sleep with that barking cough and usually throw up..
I was wondering if allergies can cause stomach issues, I know mucus can travel to the throat, chest via airway and cause swelling etc, can the same mucus travel to a person's stomach and cause swelling, discomfort etc....
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