Vomiting In Children After The Tooth Extraction Process?
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Need to be clarified, after tooth extraction, is there a certain medicine that the doctor gives? How many times has he vomited in a day? Does the stomach feel pain, bloating, twisting, or other complaints appear?
Tooth extraction should not make a person vomit. In some people, the process of tooth extraction can indeed be very scary. This excessive fear will not infrequently trigger the production of high stress hormones thereby increasing stomach acid production. This condition, if not treated properly can trigger nausea and vomiting. However, often, nausea and vomiting due to this condition will improve itself after the tooth extraction ends, so it is not as sustainable as your child experienced.
Vomiting that occurs in your child may also be caused by dyspepsia (increased stomach acid), food poisoning, digestive infections, intolerance or malabsorption, side effects of drugs, head injuries, viral or other bacterial infections, and so on.
If the vomiting does not exceed 3 times a day, and does not appear also accompanied by severe complaints, such as fever, diarrhea, abdominal pain, bloating, weakness, etc., often this condition is not dangerous. You can help him overcome his complaints with the following steps:
Give him first food that is easily digested, for example porridge or soft rice broth Do not make children accustomed to eating late, make sure children eat regularly small portions Do not let children snack at random, consume spicy, sour, bersantan, and excessive oily foods Give children lots of water Do not lie down immediately after eating Ask him to rest more Not carelessly give children medicine, except as prescribed directly by the doctor However, if nausea and vomiting continue for more than 3 days, do not hesitate to check your child directly to the doctor or doctor child specialists should be given appropriate management huh ..
I hope this helps.