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x*x cookie monster (a and p) Due March 2; 2 kids; West Virginia 4452 posts
29th Jan '13

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Blythe. 1 child; Indiana 22401 posts
29th Jan '13

just give her small sips at a time. Stay away from the juice. Some kids don't act sick when they are

I love Daisy xxxx Due July 4 (girl); Manchester, United Kingdom 1422 posts
29th Jan '13
Quoting cookie monster (a and p):" My daughter who will be 2 in a week has been puking all day. I've been giving her water and apple juice ... [snip!] ... to be able to keep it down. Why would she just be puking but not show any other signs of sickness? Is there anything I can do?"

I'd try giving her as much fluids as you can, water though not apple juice.Also dry toast?

I Stab People 3 kids; Zambia 6604 posts
29th Jan '13

only let her have sips. id try some diluted gingerale or pedialyte. dry toast or crackers.

P3RvYmCp3rv 2 kids; Carlyle, Illinois 11904 posts
29th Jan '13
Quoting Blythe.:" just give her small sips at a time. Stay away from the juice. Some kids don't act sick when they are"


This!! We just got over a tummy bug in our house. Audrianna puked one day and then was perfectly fine. Inbetween puking she was perfectly fine too just got looking a bit droopy after a while.

Jays*Mama 2 kids; Michigan 5680 posts
29th Jan '13

Just give water, dont worry about solids until she can keep liquid down. Keeping her hydrated is most important. Give little sips every 10-15 minutes or so.

Emily M Smith 18 kids; Wisconsin 432 posts
29th Jan '13

When my 2 year old had the flu she was the same way...puking my did not have a fever or act sick...I called her ped and he said to give her peidealite (spelling im sure ) but only give her one teaspoon every 30 mins for 2 hours...if she keept that down then one teaspoon every 15 mins for one hour and then if that stayed down one teaspoon every 10 mins for another hour..to give her stomach time to settle down and work out the bug he also said no food for 24 hours and deff no dairy and said to not give juice because the sugar in it would upset her tummy more....good luck mama

Mak&Row 18 kids; Portland, Oregon 763 posts
29th Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Kayleigh-louise Moran:</b>" I'd try giving her as much fluids as you can, water though not apple juice.Also dry toast?"</blockquote>




Nope you don't want to push large amounts of fluids at one time...op, the best advice I was given from an rn is to give one ounce at a time every 20 mins or so and increase the amount and frequency as tolerated. After awhile you should try Gatorade or pedialite (sp) to help replace her electrolytes. Once she can keep down the liquids, them introduce solids and keep to the brat diet-bananas, rice, applesauce and toast. Get well little one!

I love Daisy xxxx Due July 4 (girl); Manchester, United Kingdom 1422 posts
29th Jan '13
Quoting Mak&Row:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Kayleigh-louise Moran:</b>" I'd try giving her as much fluids ... [snip!] ... down the liquids, them introduce solids and keep to the brat diet-bananas, rice, applesauce and toast. Get well little one!"

Wouldn't it be best to give her lots of fluids to keep her hydrated though?
Just my thought :)

Emily M Smith 18 kids; Wisconsin 432 posts
29th Jan '13

No because the more she drinks the more she will get sick and puke up and the faster she can become dehydrated...if you go in small sips it gives the tummy time to adjust so to speak :)

cookie monster (a and p) Due March 2; 2 kids; West Virginia 4452 posts
29th Jan '13
Quoting Kayleigh-louise Moran:" Wouldn't it be best to give her lots of fluids to keep her hydrated though? Just my thought :)"


But how is that going to help if every time she pukes it up?

P3RvYmCp3rv 2 kids; Carlyle, Illinois 11904 posts
29th Jan '13
Quoting Kayleigh-louise Moran:" Wouldn't it be best to give her lots of fluids to keep her hydrated though? Just my thought :)"


Yea give her lots of fluids to keep her hydrated so she pukes them right back up. That makes sense right?

I love Daisy xxxx Due July 4 (girl); Manchester, United Kingdom 1422 posts
29th Jan '13
Quoting Emily M Smith:" No because the more she drinks the more she will get sick and puke up and the faster she can become dehydrated...if you go in small sips it gives the tummy time to adjust so to speak :)"

Ah yes...never thought of it like that.

P3RvYmCp3rv 2 kids; Carlyle, Illinois 11904 posts
29th Jan '13
Quoting Kayleigh-louise Moran:" Wouldn't it be best to give her lots of fluids to keep her hydrated though? Just my thought :)"


And you sure are busy at that job that you have...I mean to have time to get on BG.

I love Daisy xxxx Due July 4 (girl); Manchester, United Kingdom 1422 posts
29th Jan '13
Quoting P3RvYmCp3rv:" And you sure are busy at that job that you have...I mean to have time to get on BG."

No, I'm at home ill.Like it says in my post :roll: