15-month-old Baby Vomits?

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Good afternoon. 2 days ago while sleeping at night, my child (age 15 months) suddenly threw up a lot. And every time I breastfeed, after being breastfed he vomits again. And so on up to 4 times. Vomiting vomited every evening and night, and during the day he was diarrhea. Just now he threw up when fed a little, strangely he vomited food this morning (6 hours ago). Did the digestion not digest during the 6 hours? His stomach was bloated, he did not pass wind. Decreased appetite, drinking even a little formula milk. Why is that? Please explain and help, thank you.

1 Answer:

Hello, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com

Based on the complaint you made, there are several possibilities that can cause similar complaints. To get the right treatment it is necessary to know the cause of the complaint it is necessary to do a history and direct physical examination. Some possibilities include:

Over feeding
Acute diarrhea

For a while what you can do, among others, do not give food or drink intake when the child is still nauseous or vomiting

If the complaint does not improve or you are worried you should check your child to a pediatrician to get further examination and treatment related to your condition

So much information from me, hopefully it helps

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