Vomiting Than Vomiting

Vomiting sometimes experienced by children with several causes, such as when eating foods that are not digested by him or any digestive disorder, which may be accompanied by diarrhea. If due to such things, not too difficult to overcome. Most important is providing adequate fluid intake to prevent dehydration.

Vomiting under some circumstances this needs special attention and immediate treatment of a doctor. This situation may be a sign that indicates a more serious condition than just pencernaaan tract infections:

Projectile vomiting (radiating), especially in infants less than 3 months old.
Vomiting that occurred back when given normal food.
Vomiting that occurs after a head injury.
Vomiting that occurs after the baby is drinking the liquid electrolyte within 24 hours.
Vomiting accompanied by fever 38oCpada rectal temperature measurements.
Vomiting greenish or yellowish because it mixes with bile.
Vomiting red (mixed with blood).
Vomiting accompanied by abdominal pain.
Vomiting blackish brown from blood mixed with stomach acid.
Vomiting with a stomach that feels hard, bloating and pain.
If your child shows signs of vomiting with the above, immediately consult a doctor to get treatment quickly.