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2,324 Possible Causes for Persistent Vomiting

  • Sinusitis

    vomiting Sensitivity to light Increasing irritability Diagnosing bacterial sinusitis It may be difficult to tell a sinus infection from an uncomplicated cold, especially[] […] symptoms, call your pediatrician immediately: Swelling and/or redness around the eyes, not just in the morning but all day Severe headache and/or pain in the back of the neck Persistent[]

  • Influenza

    vomiting high fever lasting more than three days low blood pressure Possible complications of the flu pneumonia and respiratory failure worsening of chronic health conditions[] vomiting.[] vomiting Flu-like symptoms improve but then return with fever and worse cough High fever for more than three days If you are at high risk for developing complications, your[]

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    Oral rehydration therapy remains the best means of rehydrating, and ondansetron is a safe and effective adjunct to help children with persistent vomiting.[] Two days later, the patient returned with severe dehydration, resolving diarrhea and persistent vomiting. She was admitted to the pediatric intensive care unit.[] Nasogastric (NG) feeding allows continuous administration of ORS at a slow, steady rate for patients with persistent vomiting or oral ulcers.[]

  • Adrenal Insufficiency

    He also had increased pigmentation of body and persistent vomiting since six months of age.[] When to Call a Doctor See a doctor for any persistent unexplained weakness, weight loss, or stomach upset.[] In these situations, features include hypotension, hypovolaemic shock, acute abdominal pain, low-grade fever and vomiting.[]

  • Meningitis

    Vomiting – the irritation in the brain triggers persistent vomiting (more than just a few times).[] After 2 months of the illness, he was admitted to our hospital with a persistent headache, vomiting and altered sensorium. CSF for cytospin confirmed myeloid blasts.[] Call your doctor right away if: You or your child has symptoms of meningitis, such as severe and persistent headache, stiff neck, fever, rash, nausea, and vomiting.[]

  • Insect Bite

    […] racing heartbeat, dizziness and vomiting, and head to the emergency room if you experience any of them.[] Treatment If you think your child has been bitten by a spider, see your GP if: your child’s pain persists the bite looks infected your child starts to feel unwell or has vomiting[] […] professor of dermatology at the University of California, Davis, advises people to pay attention to symptoms like the sensation that your throat is closing, chest pain, a persistent[]

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    […] irritability Vomiting Refusal to eat Diarrhea What will the doctor do?[] , refusal to eat abdominal pain side or back pain foul-smelling urine cloudy or bloody urine unexplained and persistent irritability in an infant poor growth in an infant[] With that being said, if you develop signs of a kidney infection, including flank pain, nausea, or vomiting, you need to see a doctor immediately.[]

  • Ipecac

    A young woman returned to the emergency department two hours after discharge because of persistent vomiting and chest pain.[] Because most patients stop vomiting within two to three hours after ipecac administration, we recommend that children with persistent vomiting should be observed in a medical[] Report immediately to physician if vomiting persists longer than 2–3 h after ipecac syrup is given.[]

  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    Your symptoms persist beyond a week.[] The initial complaint usually is persistent severe earache (crying in the infant) accompanied by fever, and, and vomiting.[] You develop diarrhea and vomiting. You experience vaginal bleeding Your fever shoots up above 100.4 F. You develop chest pain and shortness of breath.[]

  • Reye Syndrome

    Symptoms of Reye Syndrome include: unusual sleepiness or lack of energy; diarrhea and rapid breathing in infants and toddlers; persistent vomiting in children and teenagers[] The persistent vomiting classically seen with Reye's syndrome can result in electrolyte abnormalities and dehydration, especially in young children.[] Reye syndrome develops in two stages: Stage I includes persistent vomiting, changes in mental status, listlessness, and drowsiness; Stage II includes personality changes,[]

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