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Child has vomiting and spots on hands, arms and legs. Has been teething. Suggestions?

Hi, My 9 month old baby keeps vomiting after eating and gags sometimes even before l have started feeding him. He also has a few spots on his hands, arms and legs. The vomiting and spots started in conjunction with a cold he picked up about a week ago. He has been teething the last couple of nights too. Despite the above, he is still smiling and happy in himself, being sick doesn t seem to bother him- for example he can be sick then open his mouth for the next spoonful of food! Or be sick after bath time (so 45 mins after his diner) and not cry and go to sleep as normal. Probably nothing too serious, just wanted to check. Many Thanks.
Asked On : Wed, 13 Mar 2013
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probably he must be having a viral infection. you give him frequent small feeds. give him enough liquid diet. you can give some anti emetics like syp. emeset according to his wgt.
Answered: Wed, 13 Mar 2013
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