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    Default Toddler sick only at night - don't know what's going on?!?!

    So the last 3 nights DD (21 months) has thrown up in the night. The first night it was 2am, the next 9.45 and last night 3.30. I don't understand because she is her normal self during the day, appetite is good, sleeping normally in the day and playing. She has been a little tired in the mornings, but I attributed this to being up in the night and needing baths etc.

    Has anyone experienced this before? Any ideas what it could be?

    She is drinking water, I've tried to give her some hyrolyte, but she won't have it (has only taken water since she weaned at 12 months).

    I am throughly flummoxed!!

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    Has anything new been introduced to her diet? Have you changed brands of anything?

    Sounds so scary. Hope you can figure out what is causing it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by happygrl View Post
    Has anything new been introduced to her diet? Have you changed brands of anything?

    Sounds so scary. Hope you can figure out what is causing it.
    No, nothing new at all

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    Yes. DS1 threw up every night for 12 nights. He had Giardia (sp?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by faroutbrusselsprout View Post
    Yes. DS1 threw up every night for 12 nights. He had Giardia (sp?)
    I thought it could possibly be something like that. It just seemed odd that it was only at night. I'll take her to the Dr. Can you tell me how your DS was diagnosed? What sort of test and what treatment?


 

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