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    Default Vomiting and temps

    Hi all!

    So I picked up DD2 (6 months) from childcare today and she was upset. This kid is almost never upset. They also mentioned she wasn't interested in eating. She's a little piggy and loves food but I thought she may be teething.

    I fed her (breastfed) while we were there and just before we left she had a little chuck. It wasn't all milky like her reflux vomits used to be. She hasn't vomited in a while and not since starting solids so I thought solids may have changed how it looks/smells.

    We got home and she vomited all over me. I checked her temp and it was 38.5. Poor thing has vomited quite a few times now.

    I'll be taking her to the gp tomorrow but, just wondering if vomiting bugs come with temps or if it's the high temp causing the vomiting. My mum said stomach bugs don't come with a temp?

    Side note... I'm annoyed childcare didn't notice.

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    Poor LB. I know when DS1 vomits when sick he has a temperature. I thought it was a natural thing with the body saying something isn't right. I could be wrong though.

    I think extra cuddles are instore tonight and hope it's not to long for you.

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    Is she snotty? My DD had some random vomits the other day (she was 11 months) but she is teething and probably has her brothers cold and is snotty. I am pretty sure its just the amount of mucus.

    It could be a bit of both?

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    Gastro can definitely cause a high temperature.
    Sometimes a cold can cause vomiting too as @twinklify says.
    Other thing it may be is ear infection. My dd sometimes gets a high temp, vomiting and then upset during the night with an ear infection.
    38.5 isn't that high that I would think the high temp would cause vomiting by itself.

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    Her normal temp is around 36.7.

    No cold symptoms.

    It's 8.20pm and she has gone through 4 sets of pjs already...

    I don't think DD1 has even had vomiting before.

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    Poor little thing
    My DD used to vomit with high temps when younger, but her temp was always higher than 39 and she would generally only vomit once. It sounds like your DD has a stomach bug/gastro. They can definitely come with a temperature.

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    wish I could help her

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    Default Vomiting and temps

    It sounds like your dd has a stomach bug/gastro with the constant vomiting. Both my ds and dd will vomit when they have a high temp (my kids get scary high temp 40/41) but it's like a full blown projectile vomit and usually only happens the once (within each cycle of giving nurofen). Tonsillitis would also always make my kids vomit too.

    Hopefully it just a 24hour bug and she wakes up feeling better.

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    Just saw the doc and he said it's gastro but she also has a mild ear infection.

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    I hope it clears up soon for her and that the rest of you don't catch it! Gastro is awful...


 

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