Why does my daughter throw up after eating?
There are medical and mechanical reasons your child may be vomiting after eating too much. Some causes are gastroparesis, food allergies, a viral infection, food poisoning, and other infections like ear infections. And even a crying spell can lead to vomiting!
When should I be concerned about my child vomiting?
Call your child’s doctor if: Vomiting lasts more than 12 hours for infants. Vomiting lasts more than 24 hours for children under age 2. Vomiting lasts more than 48 hours for children age 2 and older.
How do you stop a child from vomiting after eating?
The BRAT diet (bananas, rice, applesauce, and toast) is an effective way to reintroduce food after vomiting. These bland foods can help children ease into normal eating. Once these bland foods are tolerated, then a normal diet can gradually be reintroduced.
Why did my daughter randomly throw up?
Vomiting could also be caused by reflux in babies, a toddler’s aversion to certain smells or foods, motion sickness, food allergies, food poisoning, urinary tract infection, appendicitis or other less common conditions. “It’s also really common for a child to cough so hard that they throw up,” Dr. Basu says.
What is it called when you throw up after every meal?
What is bulimia? Bulimia is eating an unusual amount of food at once (called bingeing), and then getting rid of it. This includes throwing up or using laxatives to remove the food from the body (called purging).
What serious conditions cause vomiting?
Some examples of serious conditions that may bring on nausea or vomiting include: Concussions. Encephalitis. Meningitis….Some common causes are:
- Seasickness and other motion sicknesses.
- Early pregnancy.
- Intense pain.
- Exposure to chemical toxins.
- Emotional stress (fear)
- Gallbladder disease.
- Food poisoning.