Question: My baby is vomiting how can stop it?
Answer: Treatment for Vomiting Make sure that your child is drinking enough fluids, especially if he also has diarrhea. This is essential to prevent dehydration and to replace the fluids, salts, and calories your child loses when vomiting. Start giving your child fluids even if he is nauseated. If your child has just vomited, wait 30 to 60 minutes before giving fluids and then start with small amounts.Avoid giving your child solid food for the first 24 hours after the vomiting starts. Instead, give him clear fluid in small, frequent doses (every 5 minutes) by spoon or bottle. You can also have your child suck on ice cubes or cold, wet washcloths. Older child can sip their drinks through a straw. If your child can keep fluids down, gradually increase the amount you give to him.Children who are being breastfed should continue to receive breast milk, but your child should be fed more often than normal (every one to two hours) and be given smaller doses (5 to 10 minutes at a time). The mother can also pump and give the baby milk by spoon, cup, or bottle. Infants who have been on a formula can continue having a regular, full-strength formula.In addition to breast milk and formula, give your infant one of several specially prepared oral rehydration solutions, such as Pedialyte, Ricelyte, or Kao Lectrolyte. These oral rehydration solutions help to replace the fluids and salts that are lost through vomiting. Older children can be given frozen ice pops made from these solutions. If your child is over 6 months and does not like the taste of unflavored Pedialyte, you can add half a teaspoonful of apple juice to each dose.Older children can drink fluids in addition to oral rehydration solutions. Children with diarrhea should avoid fruit juices and soft drinks because they have high sugar content that can make the diarrhea worse. If your child is vomiting but doesn?t have diarrhea, he can try taking small sips of a clear fruit juice or water.Older children can drink fluids in addition to oral rehydration solutions. Children with diarrhea should avoid fruit juices and soft drinks because they have high sugar content that can make the diarrhea worse. If your child is vomiting but doesn?t have diarrhea, he can try taking small sips of a clear fruit juice or water.If your child has been able to take in fluids without vomiting after the first eight hours, gradually reintroduce solid foods. For younger children, start with bland foods such as applesauce, mashed bananas, or infant cereal. Older children (over 1 year old) can be given crackers, toast, mixed grains, soups, mashed potatoes, or white bread. A normal diet can usually be continued about 24 hours after the vomiting has stopped.
Question: 7 months old baby is vomiting ... How can i stop it... Nothing digest by her
Answer: Hi dear, During ur baby's first few months, vomiting is probably caused by mild feeding problems such as his tummy being too full. Babies vomit often in the early weeks as they adjust to feeding and as their bodies develop. They may get refiux coz the muscular valve at end of the food pipe which keep food in the stomach is still developing. All u can do is give ur baby burp after each and every feed so that he can digest the milk.
Question: My baby has 2 months always vomiting the milk how can stop it
Answer: Its normal dear.Sometime overfeeding causes vomiting. Always burp your baby after each feeding and dont move the child too much after feeding.