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    Milk vomiting
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    rockstardad posted:
    Hello,
    Need advise my almost 3 year old has been drinking whole milk forever and a day per his doctor due to the fact that he is in the lower weight percent for his age. HE LOVES IT !!!!! I mean loves it. Lately he has been gagging and vomiting after drink it sometime right after other times a few minuets later. My wife and I thought it was just a tummy bug his two older brothers had. When it continued we set up a doctor appointment. and stop giving it to him. In the mean time i tried Lack aid free whole milk and it has not happened every time but has a couple. It goes with out saying he is going to doctor just wondering if anyone else has had this problem just start up all of a sudden.
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    mariajohnson responded:
    My sister's son too had this issue. And the doc had suggested that though their son may not be allergic , he may have developed intollerance to cows milk which is very common and can suddenly just start in young children.
     
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    katellawellnesscenter responded:
    Don't worry; it's pretty normal for a baby to throw up projectile every time. It maybe a little spit up though. It's feeling that he is allergic to whole milk. It's worth testing your baby for allergies, or seeing a pediatrician for advice. Good luck.


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