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    Can the recent hot temperatures cause this?
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    An_247163 posted:
    My 3 yr. old grandson just returned from a week's vacation in Colorado (they drove) and has been throwing up and complaining of a "tummy ache" since he got home-2 days ago. We're experiencing some extreme heat in California this week and I'm wondering if this could be the cause. He complains of being "too hot" just before he vomits. He is somewhat improved today, but continues to complain of a "tummy ache" and does not have his normal 3-yr old energy. I'm sitting with him this evening and would appreciate your comments. He has been drinking a lot of water and we've got pedialyte that he's drinking as well. Also, I'm open to dinner suggestions that would be both nutritious and easy on his stomach. I think he should see the doctor, what do you suggest? Thank you for the forum to air concerns and share information.
    California 1st Time Grandma
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