My 1 year old vomits every night, sometimes 3 or 4 times. And she only does it at my house and not her father's house. I don't know if she is sick or its something in the house, and if it is, what could it be??
Does this happen in the night or before she sleeps does she wake up vomitting? if tthis has gone on for a while you could take her to see what your Doctor thinks,what does she eat before bed , is she living with you or do you share her?
Perhaps a good idea to get her checked out as something is causing the vomiting, she could be allergic but certainly something is upsetting her, has she any fever with this or any other symptoms ,as she is only 1 year old I would fdefinatly say take her to the Doctor for a check up and also find out what she is eating at her Dads , how any days does she stay with him?
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