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Small child, vomiting in the evening, increased fluid intake. Causes for vomiting?

My son, age 6, has recently started vomiting in the evening a few nights a week. There seems to be no reason for it. He acts fine, complains of no nausea or belly pain, and is fine after and goes back to playing. He has also been increasing his fluid intake, which had me concerned about the potential of Type I DM, but he has NOT had increased urinary frequency. I am baffled...
Asked On : Sat, 22 Dec 2012
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Feb 2013
The cause of vomiting in the evening should be evaluated as vomiting with dehydration some times lead to thirst and increased fluid intake. What about his hydration and his appetite? Is there Jaundice ? Consult your Pediatrician to look into the reason for repeated vomitings and to answer your concerns by investigating with blood and urine examinations for sugar and management.
Answered: Thu, 27 Dec 2012
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