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Child having late night vomitting, diarrhoea, no gas, no burping,no fever or fatigue. Reason?

Young child (2 1/2 )has intermittant Late night time vomiting intermittantly (occurring on the weekends) which has been occurring for the past 2 wks. Is symptom free except for asking for a drink after vomiting. Then in a couple of hours the foul smelling, dark brown diarrhea begins for a day, and resumes a normal stool afterwards. Has no gas(flatus) or burping noted. Feels well... no temp or fatique . Appetite is decreased though. Attends daycare on weekdays w/o any symptoms.
Asked On : Tue, 28 Aug 2012
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Hello and thank your for posting your query on HCM
You mentioned that your childs is having vomiting and has loose stools from two weeks on weekends.
In such case please ensure that your child is not eating some specific food on weelends.
Secondily, get the stool examination of the stool done.

Thanks and take care
Answered: Tue, 28 Aug 2012
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