Vomiting water toddler

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the doc said that muscle was on the fritz. So with each meal, he drank hot water, and voila! No more vomiting!
Okay I know this is the wrong forum to post this on, but my little girl (eighteen months today) has puked about eight times in less than twelve hours. i checked the toddler forum and the pediatric forum and they rarely get any replies, so I'm begging for help from mommies on here! I took her to her pediatrician and he told me what to watch for (danger wise). I'm looking for comfort techniques and advice on how she should sleep tonight.
He may have a digestive problem. Has your pediatrician looked for food intolerance?.
At this point I would think it would be a good idea to get her to a specialist that deals with children with eating disorders (for lack of a better personal diagnosis). Being that she is constantly vomiting whenever she is asked to eat. She was here in my house for a visit for 4 days and got sick twice. She starts to gag when you try to feed her anything. Who do I call?? Where do I take her?? Any help would be appreciated.
Sporadic contractions, first 2 hours 5 mins apart then for an hour 2 mins then for an hour 7 minutes apart then every 10 or 20 or hour, lasts anywhere from 10 to 40 seconds. What the hell is this, stomach bug? My toddler has a stomach bug we think, maybe. Jesus who else Iis going through this.
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.
If her fever gets quite high, have her checked again, but typically a fever isn't a huge worry. As for the vomiting. If she continues to vomit, or has diarhea, the biggest worry is dehydration. Remember that water on it's own will not rehydrate a child. Pick up pedialight or you can mix juice with water or even very flat (no bubbles at all) ginger ale with water. They need the sugars and salts. Give her tiny bits at a time.
Also sometimes this is accompanies by a fever spike and/or vomiting. Pediatrician has referred us to a neurologist. He is most concerned about the vomiting.
Keep up for about two weeks cut the juices in half with water or altogether (I give flavored water or the carb. flav water with half water to cut down carbonation.) You will see a huge difference...Hope this helps..
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?
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.
have you checked into food allergies? I have a friend whose son was constantly vomiting and it turns out he is lactose intolerant. She stopped feeding him dairy and he stopped puking! Good luck. I have lots of nausea with this pregnancy, and I can barely handle my 3 year old's everyday bodily functions, I couldn't imagine having to clean up vomit on a regular basis. Ugh.
My son loves to stand on his stool and play with the water in the sink. He'll take a little medicine cup and fill it and pour the water out. But if I'm not watching he will tend to make a mess. If that won't work then you just might have to wait until later on to shower.
Just water is OK, but it is good also to get a few calories into her if she can tolerate it. My pedi suggested (in a similar situation) not Pedialyte but water with juice in it. (She said only a really dehydrated kid will drink Pedialyte. Have you tasted it? Yuck.) Just keep watching the volume in the diapers. Good luck!
Coffee tastes too acidy, I even had to throw out my water bottle because the water tasted like plastic. Ahhh, and I'm breaking out on my chin (lovely!). lol, I'm loving it all. So far, it's different than my pregnancy with DD.
My dr told me to just eat cracker with salt n drink coconut water that seems to be working for me
Spent small fortune to make well. Discovered 9 months ago he has habit like a toddler of consuming random **** including eating packing tape off boxes. Took a week of Vet prescribed Pepcid AC and a month of soft foods to heal inner lacerations from vomiting it up. Aprox 6 days ago began furball style constant retching. Some vomiting, contained food. No diarreah, no constipation. Usually pees a ton, noticed some decrease. Treated with Kittymalt for 3 days to treat suspected furball.
Last week I went to the doctors and I've been having times where I randomly feel like I'm going to faint, my vision starts dimming and I get this wooshy feeling and have to stop whatever I'm doing and sit or lay down. Along w more than morning sickness like vomiting 20 to 30 times a day not even being able to keep down water, even being on nausea meds. My blood pressures pretty normal so that wasnt causing the faintness.
She has not been in her crib for over a year now. She's been in a toddler bed since last June, without issue, and we have never had any problems with the toddler bed, until last week.
Spent small fortune to make well. Discovered 9 months ago he has habit like a toddler of consuming random **** including eating packing tape off boxes. Took a week of Vet prescribed Pepcid AC and a month of soft foods to heal inner lacerations from vomiting it up. Aprox 6 days ago began furball style constant retching. Some vomiting, contained food. No diarreah, no constipation. Usually pees a ton, noticed some decrease. Treated with Kittymalt for 3 days to treat suspected furball.
My 15 mo. daughter woke up two nights ago at 3 vomiting. She is breastfed & co-sleeps. No fever, no diarrhea, and in a good mood. We bathed and played for awhile back to bed. She immediately vomited again. Got her back up, cleaned her up. Got dry heaves, but in 20 minutes nursed, fell asleep on my chest in semi-upright position. After an hour, carried her back to bed. She slept incident free until 8:30 a.m and woke up in a good mood.
when your toddler or child is ill i know you don't just give them water, especially if they won't eat or they have diarrhea/vomiting. giving them water doesn't replenish their electolyte imbalance. personally i never gave my children water because just as there is a such thing as dehydration there is a such thing as overhydration, and the little ones seem to have such a hard time balancing it as it is.
I am so weak. Trying to sip water and juice. Should I go in to the doctor or just wait it out. No bleeding but I have never felt so bad.
15 weeks still having an extremely hard time eating. Water doesn't stay down. I'm having acid reflux really bad. I'm afraid for my bby nothing wants to stay down. I'm literally forcing myself to eat something and I'm never satisfied.
The attending Physician said that he would have died if I had waited much longer. I'm not trying to scare you. I'm just sharing my experience. A week is a long time to have vomiting and diarrhea in a toddler. I pray he's well real soon.
Like I said mine have always been bad but my gosh! It's annoying. Have you talked to your OB to see if they can give you something for it? I'm going to bring it up to mine when I go monday! Hopefully they are able to help you and me!
Hence if you have a bump on your forehead, the water, blood and chemicals and cells that collect as a result move to lower areas like your eyelids, cheek etc. The color changes that occur are also normal. The redness turns to reddish blue tinge and then yellowish depending on the stage of healing. Having said all this I would still say that all head injuries should be immediately attended to by a medically trained person.
They also sneak in some extra protein. Water served VERY cold with a squeeze of lemon or lime. Carbonated water with a small amount of fruit juice for flavor. Weakly brewed iced or hot tea with lemon. The small bit of caffeine won't harm your baby. Something about the bitter tannins in tea may help ease nausea. Citrus fruits and melons. 4) Avoid nausea triggers as much as possible. Your nose is on hyperdrive during early pregnancy!
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