abdominal has a lot of causes, thus usually requires skill an experience at times to make a clear cut diagnosis. Simple medical conditions could at times false appear as really too serious, as well as, severe conditions could be ignored from the start. This cut off is usually well defined by a good clinical evaluation, ultrasound
and at times plain films of the abdomen.
, vomitting could be suggestive of an intestinal occlusion or intususception, although rare at this age. It could also be interesting to know if the child stools normally or not, if the abdomen is distended or not and if the child makes gas..
All these parameters shall be important. Visiting your primary care
physician for a proper examination and probable paraclinical examination s for a specific diagnosis is an ideal options.
Thanks and I hope this helps,