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Vomiting and Teething related?
My 10 month old who does not have any teeth started vomiting yesterday in the morning and in the evening. It has continued in the morning and the evening. He also has a thick runny nose. I took him to the doctor (not his normal because of course his regular one is on vacation) and he thought it could be from a virus but also commented that he had 4 teeth trying to come through at once. He said his hydration was great. His answer was to change his formula to a sensitive formula, give him pedialite, and a medicine to prevent nausea. This combination seemed to work at first but tonight after dinner and taking his normal medicine (zyerteg and baby previcid) and I laid him back in my lap he made a loud coughing and gagging sound at once and then started to throw up. My son has only had a small low grade fever and one nasty diaper and the rest have been normal. What should I do? The doctor didn't spend much time with him because out of the 7 doctors that work in the office only two were there and he was backed up. Should I wait it out and if he isn't better in a couple of days and go back? I have no clue what to do, I didn't have this problem with my first child, he rarely ever got sick. My youngest seems to constantly be in the doctors office.
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