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Vomiting or Nausea in Children

Your child's nausea and/or vomiting may be caused by a gastrointestinal infection. Call your pediatrician if there is any blood or mucous in the diarrhea, if your child develops a fever or bad stomachache, if it lasts more than three days, or if your child gets any signs of dehydration (such as going 6-8 hours without urinating, being very tired, dry mouth)

Click on the links to learn about conditions with your child's symptoms: food poisoning and gastroenteritis.


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