My 13 month old has been having some of the same similar symptoms for a few months now. In November, I noticed that he was starting to vomit a little bit a few times throughout the day. Nothing big, just a little on his shirt. He does not sleep through the night. He tosses and turns and cries out all night long. He never wakes up in a good mood, whether it be a nap or from the night. He is always crying when he wakes up. Throughout the day when he is playing and awake, he is fussy and I notice he does a gurgly burp a lot and eventually vomits a little on his shirt. It is hard to take him a lot of places because how fussy he is, and he constantly smells like puke whether it is his shirt or breath. I need some help with this one. Thank you for your time!
What you have mentioned are all symptoms of regurgitation. These could represent acid reflux disease. Reflux however can occur as a normal phenomenon in babies even upto 10-18 months of age.
If he coughs, if he becomes breathless or if he develops recurrent respiratory infection, or if he does not put on weight he needs treatment.
Consult a Pediatric gastroenetrologist for evaluation.
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