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Child starts vomiting in morning or after having food. What could be the reason?

My 4 years old son (normal weight) is getting vomiting tendency just after getting up in the morning..specially after having some food. Yesterday he was perfectly normal and had normal home food. 10 minutes after drinking some milk he is vomiting-which is consisting of mainly milk ..please suggest what could be the reason...we are very concerned about this...please help
Asked On : Fri, 15 Jun 2012
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Hi Arindam,
Thanks for writing in.
Vomiting in children can be due to an infection in the gut, ear and urinary tract. If your child has no diarrhoea or fever, I would suggest that you give your child lots of water, lemon water and coconut water. Avoid giving him any milk or milk products, fatty food or anything heavy.
He would be ok soon.
Hope this helps
Answered: Fri, 15 Jun 2012
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