Vomiting virus toddler

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I imagine a virus would be vomiting during the day and maybe a temp? Also would it go on for 3 weeks? Doc has not mentioned testing anything, just referred us to childrens hospital. Don't know how long we will have to wait on that.
I had a friend whoes daughter would cough at night and then vimit every night and it turned out she had a really extreme case of whooping cough. Her numbers of the virus were triple what is considered normal with the virus and she needed strong antivirals and monitoring to make sure it was gone. Good Luck and I hope it is nothing serious.
Hi and welcome to the GERD forum. OH I am sorry ur little one is feeling this way for too long!! This may have started as a virus, but since it is a month I would reccommend u call the dr and have him checked. Are u giving him pedialite?...with loose bowels and vomiting this long he will loose electrolights (sp) and it will make him weak and dehydrate. This is available as ice pops and different drinks..... But please call his dr and keep us posted on his progress.
my grandson is 2 years old. his mother , my daughter, a single mother conceived him in alcohol and found out after 2 months of her pregnancy while drinking those first 2 months on average a 6 pack of beer or more nightly. after she discovered she was pregnant, she said she cut down tremendously during the rest of her pregnancy, (but i have some doubts on "how much" she really cut down). my grandson was a full term baby but born 6lbs 7 oz, a little under weight for a full term baby.
my grandson is 2 years old. his mother , my daughter, a single mother conceived him in alcohol and found out after 2 months of her pregnancy while drinking those first 2 months on average a 6 pack of beer or more nightly. after she discovered she was pregnant, she said she cut down tremendously during the rest of her pregnancy, (but i have some doubts on "how much" she really cut down). my grandson was a full term baby but born 6lbs 7 oz, a little under weight for a full term baby.
He said that his chest was congested and the vomiting was probably due to that or a small virus. My son was given an antibiotic shot that visit and was given the following: Sulfamethoxazale for infection, poly-tussin for cough and congestion, prednisolone for inflammation of the brochios. On Monday my son was fatigued and continued to vomit. On Tuesday he continued with the abdominal pain and had a loose bowel movement (stinky and a lot).
I know small children dont like strong tastes like Tartar sauce, why is he having it on his plate? , are you sure it isnt a virus he has picked up .I think a trip to get him checked out is in order, as if hes not sick something is upsetting him .
They did a blood panel and urinalysis...nothing but a virus detected...stomach they said...The back pain radiated from her stomach. So after that I ignored her saying that and dismissed it as gas. Well I mentioned it at her 2 yr old checkup and her doctor did not like that one bit! She is ordering complete blood work, xray and MRI. I am also going to request another urinalysis. She told me it hurts 2x today and 4x 3 days ago. The pain is real.
If that is correct, and you had her checked out, they probably told you it is likely a virus. At this age their immune systems are not yet fully developed and they catch things easily. You probably have many of these in the coming years, it's normal. What I tell myself is that every virus, every fever is their little immune systems gathering strength. A fever in itself is actually not a bad thing. A fever is a result of the immune system doing it's job, and fighting off that virus.
Our family has been struggling with this as well - I think it's a virus. We all have had stomach pain for a couple of weeks, and my almost 2-year-old daughter has had a 5-day bout of diarrhea as well. It almost seems like lactose intolerance - I'm going to try cutting out dairy for my 2-year-old and see if that helps, but it's hard because she's really into cheese, milk, and ice cream. Putting a heating pad on her tummy or rubbing it provides temporary relief.
She hasn't been sick (I've read sometimes hives can be caused by a virus) and is otherwise acting normally. If anyone can give any advice, I'd love to hear it!
I am a twenty one year old mother and my son is 2 1/2 years old and he as been experiencing the same symptoms as everyone else children. He's vomiting uncontrollably and it scares me. The doctor said it was a virus and perscribed me the generic brand of Zofran. I personally do not think it is a virus because it has occured to long. Everytime I touch his throat he starts to gag. I just want to know what is going on with my little boy and I appreciate any feedback.
Even leads to vomiting sometimes.). So he wrote a prescription for omeprazole. Wonder by wonder, the coughin get better at night. But..... Last monday she got high fever again. Back to the ped on thursday. Again some bronchitis. Back to aerosol. This weekend, she was fine again, not too much coughing, but yesterday, again fever came up in the morning 101.4.
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 have a 2 yr old that started with vomiting 2 weeks ago. Afetr 3 days of vomiting and stomach cramping almost mainly at night, he was admitted to the hospital for dehydration and testing. the Dr ordered blood testing, urine testing, and xray. He seemed to get better and testing showed nothing out of the ordinary. He was released on the third day, but began vomiting as soon as we got home. He was readmitted on the next day.
He got it from a relative who owned a restaurant. His Pediatrician insisted it was a virus on two separate visits one week apart. He put him on pedialyte to keep him hydrated. I finally came to my senses and realized living off of electrolytes weren't going to cut it. He also started to have a little blood in his stool. I should have followed my Mother's intuition sooner. I took him to the ER. They immediately placed an IV and drew blood.
The "flu" is a respiratory virus. If you are having vomiting and diarrhea, it is most likely a stomach bug, or gastroenteritis. The biggest worry is dehydration. Try to stay hydrated, drink lots of fluid and get lots of rest. If you are unable to keep anything down, they may have you be seen for I'VE fluids. I'm in WI too so I hear you on the snow storm! Avoid heavy foods, stick to clear liquids like broth and bland foods like toast or rice. And plenty of water!!!
If I were you I would just go and have a liver biopsy, before worrying about getting Treatment~ The Treatment that is available now would be very hard to manage, while you are still fairly early in your sobriety, and with a toddler. The Interferon comes with psychiatric symptoms sometimes, something my Doctor refers to as "Interferon Fury". That is why I waited until my sons were 10 and 12 yrs, to treat my Hep C.
Just wondering if anyone here has kids that have gotten the H1N1 virus yet?? If so, how old are your kids are and how bad was it?? Just curious how infants and toddlers are handling it and what symptoms appeared first for them. What other symptoms appeared? How long did it last? I am not worried about this flu but just wondering what others have/are experiencing with little kids since it seems to be widespread now.
She mentioned it was safe for use for children over 11 lbs. She also mentioned that she has used it with her toddler and highly recommended it. She explained it would be pricy but we don't care about that in comparison to our daughters well being. This Doctor was awesome. The problem is that I researched on Drugs.com and it indicated that Malarone wasn't approved or recommended to prevent malaria in children under 25 lbs (my daughter is 22 lbs)!
stay way from all her friends who have Swine flu even they said it's over and they came back to school... Our immune system are weak and virus can attack us anytime and very quick... I took alot of vitamin C as well... I hope you feel better and take care of yourself and little one...
I have always experienced tender breasts, headaches, but only ever mild nausea. This time I am so sick. Not vomiting, but constantly nauseas, and it's really knocking me off my feet. No tender breasts though...a little bit I guess, but nothing overly noticeable. This time I'm on 200mg X 3 vaginally. Anyone else experience this extreme nausea with prometrium at this dose? Or maybe it's the pregnancy. I guess I'm trying to figure out if it's hcg that causes this, or progesterone.
Ebola starts to attack your organs and as time goes on fluid is every where, very hard to control something like that. I remember my toddler having diarrhea and vomiting and how hard that was. I can't imagine hundreds of people with no control. Thank you for sharing information, I really appreciate it.
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