The Body Of A 3-year-old Child Is Weak And Vomits After Eating?
Morning, I’m fine. I have a 3 year old child.. now he is weak again, if he eats he just takes a mouthful, he vomits. Continue to eat less appetite too.. He loses weight, continues to cry too, likes to lie down when invited to play, I don’t want to play.. I usually play too late.. Why is that? He’s been like that for a week..
Vomiting in children is one thing that cannot be taken lightly. The condition of vomiting can cause dehydration or lack of fluids which can range from mild to severe.
In conditions of mild to moderate dehydration, children usually still look quite good and can look thirsty which can drink voraciously. However, in severe enough dehydration, the child will usually look weak, sleepy continuously until he loses consciousness. Other conditions that can accompany are eyes that look sunken and skin that looks wrinkled and not fresh.
The condition of vomiting itself has many causes ranging from digestive disorders, infections and others. Further evaluation is needed with what your child is experiencing. It's a good idea to immediately take your child to the doctor for an immediate examination.
I hope this helps.