Discover what's behind your child's vomiting and nausea -- and what you can do
... Dr. Tanya Answers Parents' Top 101 Questions About Babies and Toddlers.
It's normal for toddlers to vomit, and it's not usually anything to worry about. Find
out about the causes of vomiting in children and when to seek help.
Find out why your toddler may be vomiting and what you can do about it.
Many different things can make kids throw up, including illnesses, motion
sickness, stress, and other problems. In most cases, though, vomiting in children
Aug 28, 2013 ... Severe cough and cold – children can often vomit after a big coughing fit. This isn
't really considered a vomiting problem but rather a coughing ...
Vomiting can signal anything from a 24-hour bug to a food allergy to ... In children
over 5, an intense bout of gastroenteritis, particularly in the winter, could be ...
Children who suddenly start vomiting usually have gastroenteritis, an infection of
the stomach and intestines by a virus or bacteria. Viral infections tend to be ...
This vomiting guide will help you figure out why your toddler or baby is vomiting.
Learn more at WhatToExpect.com.
In most cases, vomiting will stop without specific medical treatment. ... to treat the
vomiting, but some doctors will prescribe antinausea medications to children.