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    Question Baby Vomiting....Help please...*Small Update*

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    I feel like I'm probably overreacting, but I can't help but worry

    Landon has thrown up/spit up plenty in the past. Usually I don't realize it happened until I feel the wetness or see the pile of of white spit up. Well tonight, he woke up about 30 minutes after I put him to bed, wide awake. I picked him up and took him to the living room where he proceeded to cough/hack up a ton of vomit. It was just all white, appearing to be his most recent feeding. He literally sounded like an adult heaving and then throwing up, which I've never seen him do before.

    Well, I changed him and 10 minutes later, the same thing happened and he threw up what seemed to be his partially digested food. He doesn't have a fever, but is very "clamy" feeling. This time he covered not only himself, but me. So I changed both of us and sat down with him, and he just keeps snuggling up and not letting me go.

    Another 10 minutes later he threw up the same way, only now it's a clearish mucus. He's thrown that type up twice now. So in a matter of about 30 minutes he's thrown up 4 times. I don't know if I should be worried or not. Any advice?
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    Does he have a rash?
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    Does he have a rash?
    No, no rash.


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    I asked my babysitting aunt and she said she would be concerned.

    Can you take him in?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lychee View Post
    I asked my babysitting aunt and she said she would be concerned.

    Can you take him in?
    I'd have to take him to the ER but I don't think DH could come, and I'm too scared to drive him myself because he keeps coughing like he's choking so I'm constantly putting him on his belly and patting his back. I talked to my mom and I'm going to give it an hour. If he's still doing this I'm going to take him anyway.


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    That makes sense. He could easily become dehydrated, due to his little size. How are his eyes?
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    Also, please know I am no medical professional.
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    It has been many years since my youngest was a baby. But our kids peds always told us that if our infant was vomiting for no apparent reason (ie. no fever or visible signs of illness), they recommended taking the babe in.

    My daughter all of a sudden did like Landon but her vomiting was projectile. We took her in & it ended up being that she was allergic to dairy. She was on formula. It happened again many times after we switched her to soy. Ended up being she had to be on the hypoallergenic formula. Once she switched to that, she was good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lychee View Post
    That makes sense. He could easily become dehydrated, due to his little size. How are his eyes?
    They're normal right now, and he's talking to me and moving normally, he's just a little paler than usual and clamy.


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    And now he wants to play and is smiling at me


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