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    I give banana, rice and plain toast or crackers for tummy upsets. Definitely no dairy. If he doesn't want to drink then ice blocks to suck. My DS hated the taste of hydralite so made him ice blocks with lemonade in the freezer

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesperatelySeekingSleep View Post
    Dd2 was like that yesterday. The only thing she could keep down was cordial and lemonade towards the end of the day. I didn't bother offering food because just the mention of it made her vomit. But she was only down for 12 hours and was fine by dinner time but in that time she was so dehydrated her wee was almost orange when it's usually almost clear. So today I'm pushing extra fluids. It's working though.
    Your poor little possum! I'm hoping this is just a 12 hour thing too. He kept the cracker down so I gave him 1/3 of a banana. If that stays down I'll venture out to the shop later to get some hydralite and some lemonade. I'm thinking some oat milk too cos I don't see him settling to bed for the night without a bottle of something.


 

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