First Aid When Child Vomit in the Night

Babies and children often experience vomiting and was considered as normal condition because it will get better in a certain age. But if it is prolonged, it can lead to a variety of immune disorders, motor disorders and behavioral disorders in children.

At the age of baby vomiting disorder often occurs while under the age of 3 months to more than 3-5 times per day. Vomiting symptoms gradually reduced when over the age of 3 months. Children over 1 year old complaints vomiting still exist although not every day, usually happen at night which preceded coughing.

In the age of the children, the habit of vomiting is reduced, it will usually arise only when crying, coughing, laughing loudly or running, or while in a vehicle.

If the child has vomited in the night, the following actions can be performed:

1. If vomiting caused by travel, wipe it with a cold and damp cloth on the forehead and face, then let it go back to sleep.

2. Place a plastic bowl or other container near the bed if you feel nauseous again.

3. If he is not vomiting anymore, give cola or ginger ale.

4. If he is vomiting with blood or he feels pain in the lower right side of the abdomen, immediately contact your doctor.


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