3 Year Olds Vomit After Eating And Drinking?
Afternoon, I want to ask my son, “3 years old, vomiting very often” and do not know the cause … from the morning until now every time you eat or drink vomit without stomach contents … how do I deal with it so that children can get healthy quickly. really worry me ??? 😔😔
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Need to be clarified, how long have you found this complaint to your child? Does he experience other complaints, such as colic, bloating, defecation, fever, and so on? What about his weight and height now?
Vomiting in children is most often caused by digestive disorders, for example due to infections, food allergies, food intolerance or malabsorption, poisoning, intestinal inflammation, intestinal obstruction, and so on. It could also, this vomiting occurs due to head injury, choking, infection in other organ systems (eg airway infections, urinary tract infections, meningitis, ear infections), drug side effects, metabolic disorders, and many other possibilities.
It is not enough to identify the cause of vomiting based on online consultations like this. It needs to be explored again exactly what kind of complaint arises, how long the vomiting has been going on, how is the nutritional status of the child, and what is the child's general health condition. Therefore, we recommend that you first check your child with a doctor or pediatrician so that your concerns are answered. Further tests, such as blood tests, urine tests, stool tests, ultrasound, etc. may also be done by the doctor if deemed necessary.
At this time, you should live:
If the child vomits, don't panic, tilt his body, pat his back so he doesn't choke, soothe him so he doesn't cry too much
Feed the child, little by little, but often and regularly
Give children to drink more often, also healthy snacks in between meals
Make sure you only give children food and drink that is processed clean, well cooked, and does not contain harmful chemicals
Recognize whenever vomiting occurs (for example after consuming certain foods), then as much as possible avoid the trigger vomiting
Do not carelessly give children drugs, including anti-emetic drugs, without a doctor's prescription
Hope this helps ...