my daughter vomits..

Philippines
April 13, 2007 11:58pm CST
it was last week when my 2yr old daughter gets vomiting because her stomach is too full. she already had eaten dinner, then she drink one glass of milk, then she also eaten one piece of banana, that's it makes her vomit. i was feel afraid but i wasn't panic. after she vomits, i put oil on her stomach and gives her warm water to drink..you have the same experience? what did you do mom and dad?are you become panic and afraid? thanks for sharing your experience..
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18 responses
• Australia
17 Apr 07
Well if she is still hungry after dinner try to make her wait for at least 30 mintus before she has anything else to eat that way hr dinner has time to settle. And if it keps on happening because you think she is full i ouldnt worry about it. If it keeps on happening take her to the doctor. Or else if it happens everytime she has a bannana then she may be alergic to it. Wait and see wht happens after at least 2-3 days and if it keeps on happning i would start to worry. Take her to the doctor straight away if it happens again.
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@romel_ece (1290)
• Philippines
17 Apr 07
Yes we happened to experience with my daughter when she was still 2 years old.She was eating ice cream and plenty of cakes and drink some beverages until she vomits all she had eaten.At first we were in panic and we don't know what to do.All we gave to her was a half-full glass of water and she was able to drunk it.after that there was a sigh or relief on our part.
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• United States
15 Apr 07
aww nothing much to worry about although we do feel so helpless dont we? I remember when my son puked the first time and i was soo worried about him..i rubbed his back..and i just wanted to make it stop,,afterwards i gave him a massage..with a cool cloth on his neck and then put it on his head when he would go to sleep..its just the flu..but if he wouldnt have ate anything or drank..or kept anythign down for days..he could have got dehydrated..and then id take him to the ER for a saline drip for fluids..but other than that its mostly just the flu..so u should have no worries hun.
• Bangladesh
15 Apr 07
I guess she is in indigestion.one full glass of milk after dinner and again a banana( I dont know the size) is definitely a bit extra for a 2 year baby. Dont worry ..It was better she bomitted and made her felt lil better than before and digesttive medicine with doctors consultation will soon make your lil baby in normal condition. All the best.
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• United States
15 Apr 07
My daughter had vomiting problems when she was young, we traced it to milk and stoped giving her milk. Try not feeding her milk and see if it helps. If you realy think its from overeating then try to get her to eat slower. I hope this helps.
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• Philippines
15 Apr 07
Maybe you've been feeding her too much. Try to feed her gradually and not at the same time. She's vomiting because there's already too much food in her.
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@GuateMom (1411)
• Canada
14 Apr 07
If it was just the once, I wouldn´t worry about it. Kids sometimes eat too much and vomit it back up and there is no harm done. However, if they continue to vomit, something else might be wrong. For example, my son started to vomit everything a couple of days ago and he was constipated as well. He was in a lot of pain and when we took him to the doctor, it turned out he had a blocked intestine and was suffering from beginning stages of blood toxicity! So pay attention if your child is vomiting more than just once after too much to eat.
@maryannemax (12174)
• Sweden
14 Apr 07
yep. if it just happens just once, there's no much need to worry. continuous vomitting is another story. like the situation of guatemom's son. it's a different story. if continuous vomitting occurs, one should take their child to a doctor.
@KissThis (3008)
• United States
16 Apr 07
If it is just an occasional vomit then I don't worry to much about it unless it has a fever to go with it. My daughter gets alot of bladder infections. Vomiting is one of the signs that she has gotten a new infection. Or mson gets ear infections occasionally , vomiting is a sign. I keep track of things so that I am able to know when the illness could have began.
@Shaun72 (15968)
• Palatka, Florida
14 Apr 07
I don't have any kids but from hering about my neice. it sounds like she might be cholic. I might be wrong but I know my neice has done this and my nephew if he eats to much he gets sick like this. He is almost 2.
@aprilgrl (4460)
• United States
14 Apr 07
Does she vomit after she eats the banana? she could be allergic to it my sister is allergic to bananas as for the milk is she throws up alot it could be the acid reflux or something ike that. She might not be able to drink that milk but maybe you should take he rto the doctor is she continues to vomit.
• United States
14 Apr 07
try not letting her eat so much .it may help overeating is not good for anyone let alone a small child!
@Marie2473 (8523)
• Sweden
14 Apr 07
All kids vomit. All kids haven´t learned when they have eaten enough and then they will vomit it back up. It is nothing to worry about and I am sure that she will vomit more. She is just a kid, and kids do this kind of stuff. however if its happeneing every time that she eats, then u need to consult a doctor,
@edigital (2711)
• United States
14 Apr 07
It is normal due to over eating children can vomit. Do not worry about it mere due to vomiting she felt good. Take care that do not feed your child lot of food at a time, gradually she can eat much food. Keep some avomin tablet in home and no need to give her warm water as warm water do not resist vomiting. When child want to vomit allow her to do it quicly to get her pleasant after excess food taking. If she vomit without taking excees food that may seem worm increased in her belley then can give her albandazol tablet.
@shogunly (1406)
• Libya
14 Apr 07
Please avoid overfeeding your poor child . It predisposes to childhood obesity which means a miserable childhood , and it slowly contributes to reflux from the stomach up the gullet leading to heartburn . Also childhood obesity frequently leads to early onset type 2 diabetes .
@kathy77 (7488)
• Australia
14 Apr 07
Well why did you as her mother feed her so much that your daughter start vomiting. No well I never let my children eat too much for a start I watch what they are eating and so they never have such a full stomach that they vomit.
@winterose (39932)
• Canada
14 Apr 07
take her to the doctor, she may be eating too much or she may be allergic to something.
@maryannemax (12174)
• Sweden
14 Apr 07
too much isn't right. your daughter had eaten a lot that's why she vomitted. but there's no need to panic. kids are like that. they eat whatever it is that they feel like eating. it is said that vomitting with good reasons is beneficial. like your daughter vomitted because she's so full. she might suffer with heaviness of breath if she won't vomit out too much food she took in. so, it's better if she vomitted after eating too much. however, it's not good to be like that always.
@ravibabli (1558)
• India
14 Apr 07
Baby - ..
Actully I have not more experience but my mother gave me onion juce to stop vomit. But it it so difficult to take onion juce because it's taste just not like any other.