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The amount of vomiting - over 60 times !! is certainly not something that an over the counter medicine will help with.
She may require an injection to stop the vomit
and she may need to be observed in the hospital to avoid dehydration
I understand that she has been sent back from the ER,
I agree but both the ER and her Pedi felt she didn't. What am I to do? I could cry I'm so frustrated.
but if she persists in vomiting, you need to get in touch with the ER again
Persists as in how much more?
Well, tough to be sure without actually examining her
BUT more than 3 vomit in an our require the child to be evaluated
again in the ER since she may get dehydrated
She was doing double that at least while she was there
So my advice is to get back to the nurse on call (if possible), & get the child back in ER as needed
Nurse on call?
If there is such a facility at your doctor's office,
that a nurse takes the call
if not my advice would be to get her back to the ER, since the large number of vomits are a danger sign in this situation
at her age
Danger of what?
Danger of dehydration
losing too much fluid in the vomiting
You are welcome :)
All the best
I can understand your anxiety, since I too am a parent of a 3 year old daughter
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I am sure that she will get better soon