My 2.5 year old vomits and has diarrhea almost once every week
For the last month and a half, my almost 3 year old has been waking up in the middle of the night (about once a week) because she has vomitted in her bed. She normally throws up 1-2 more times before morning but we can almost guarantee that when we go to wake her, she will have had an accident in her bed (diarrhea).
I thought that it could be from a bad batch of chicken nuggets she had but it seems there's not a defined connection.
maybe a food allergy that you haven't identified.....she needs to go to the doctor, and you need to not wait. if she's vomiting this much this regularly she's probably losing vitamins and minerals important to her growth and development. please take her to the doctor next week, that's really all you can do.
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