... He's thrown up and is wanting a lot of water. He's acting mostly normal, every now and then seems to calm down, maybe feels like he'll throw up again, and then returns to quiet playing. He's normally very energetic. What should i do?
Even Vitamins can be toxic. You need to call poison control. In the US 1-800-222-1222. When my kids were little I kept this number on the fridge at all times right where I could see it immediately. 2 year olds are very curious and chewable vitamins are like candy to them so they need to be out of reach and in child proof containers. Put a child lock on the cabinet you keep medicines in.
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