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    soxchick posted:
    Vomited 3 am no fever, cannot keep tiny bits of water or tiny ice chips Ate a whole lot of blueberries yesterday at 4 pm maybe too fast and not chewed we'll is all I can think of?
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    laney0705 responded:
    me and my kids both had a stomach bug a couple weeks ago. Same thing lots of vomiting, no fever, couldn't keep anything down except the ice chips. I figured it was because they were taking it in small amounts. It only lasted for 2 days thankfully. But it spread like wild fire almost all our friends and their kids got it too.
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