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Why is child suffering from unexplained bad headaches? Why is he vomiting and sweating?

I picked my happy 4 year old up from daycare. when we got in the car-about 5 mins later- she began screaming of a headache . she has not had a headache ever as far as i know. within 2 minites she began vomiting (alot). felt cold and had sweat on nose . at home i put her in bath- she could barely stay awake. within 30 mins she was fine-has been fine since. should i be concerned??
Asked On : Mon, 18 Jun 2012
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It seems from the history that your 4 year old child is having headache associated with vomiting and sweating. Since she is not having signs of infection like fever, headache... no need to worry. These symptoms may indicate just an episode of headache and vomiting and may not require to worry, but if the symptoms are recurrent or if there are symptoms like fever you need to consult your doctor for examination and treatment accordingly.

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