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    my 5 year son has been throwing up for a week?
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    An_248881 posted:
    my son started last wed night throwing up 1 time, next morning he was acting just find. so he went to school and they call and told us that he throw up at, so we pick him up and came home with him. then next 3 days he did the same thing, then he start a diarrhea the next 2 days but also everytime he ate aftre bout 1 hour he throw up again, also had a lil rash brake out over his lip and beside of his mouth on the corner but has no temp with all this... please could some one help me on this..

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    hgreenwood7058 responded:
    two questions. Has he been eating anything new? You say he had a rash break out so I am curious. Is it only after he eats or eats certain things with the vomitting?
     
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    Roy Benaroch, MD responded:
    He's got both vomiting and diarrhea. This is almost certainly a viral gastroenteritis ("tummy bug"). Offer light, small, frequent meals and sips of fluids, he'll be OK.

    If he continues to be ill or has frequent vomiting, take him to his doctor-


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