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Child talking and vomiting in the sleep. Normal in the mornings. Should be concerned?

My daughter is getting up at night, talking nonsense and becoming very upset. She sometimes will vomit as well. In the morning she has no recollection of any of it happening. Should I be worried. She shows no signs of being sick in the morning. Eats breakfast and goes about her day as if nothing happened. This is occurring every few nights now.
Asked On : Wed, 8 Aug 2012
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she needs to be taken to a psychiatrist who will treat her for sleep disorders.there is nothing to be worried about except if she is vomiting in her sleep,that can be really dangerous as it can lead to choking i.e. the gastric content can go to her airway and stop breathing.
Answered: Thu, 9 Aug 2012
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