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    Default Symptom of Croup??

    Ds (6mo) came down with a croup like cough over the weekend as we are currently on a road trip camping along the coast I took him to a medical centre to get checked and confirmed it was croup not to worry as he was in great spirits.
    That afternoon after giving ds his solids he threw up and then again after his bottle last night and today. He doesnt do it when I give him a breastfeed or if his bottle is room temp (which he doesnt really like) it just seems to be with warm milk or food a spews which is not a normal thing for him.. could this be part of croup? He is fine and happy its just odd as he has only started soing it yesterday and of course it happens when we are away from home!
    Any ideaa on what it may be?

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    My dd almost 2 has suffered from croup many times. We usually end up in emergency as last time she went blue in the face and her chest was caving in with each breath. In saying that she has never vomited when she had the croup symptoms so Unfortunatly I can't help you there just thought I'd let you know we havnt had that happen. Hopefully you get a better answer from someone else and your little one gets better soon...

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    We never vomited from croup either.

    Have you been prescribed prednisolone for the croup? Perhaps it's a reaction??

    I'd tend to think there's a secondary virus that's causing the vomiting..

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    That actually reminded me the dr did say he had viral rash as well so perhaps its tied in.....

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    No vomiting here either. Just generally a barking seal like cough.


 

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