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Reasons your toddler is throwing up without a fever

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Vomiting in toddlers can be distressing for parents, and things get even worse when it happens regularly. There are a variety of reasons why your child may vomit, ranging from gastroenteritis to motion sickness. Although the explanation may not be obvious at first, if you look closely, the true cause may be right in front of your eyes.

Here are common reasons your toddler is throwing up without running a fever

1 Stomach infection

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The most common cause of vomiting in toddlers is a stomach infection, and of the several types of stomach infections, viral gastroenteritis is the most prevalent. The illness produces severe stomach cramps and intense abdominal discomfort, which might lead the toddler to regurgitate and vomit the contents of his stomach.

2 Intestinal infection

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The intestines can be infected by a variety of diseases, bacteria, and viruses, and vomiting is an indication of their existence. Examples of these infections are salmonella and staphylococcus, and they mostly result in vomiting and diarrhea.

3 Food allergy

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If your child pukes after eating a certain food, they may be allergic to it because the most common sign of food allergy is vomiting. If your child throws up white patches of milk, he or she has a milk allergy or lactose intolerance.

4 Indigestion

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Indigestion can lead to vomiting due to an accumulation of undigested food in the stomach. Your toddler may vomit undigested food, indicating that the food has not been digested. This might happen if the child eats too quickly, overeats, or eats foods that are excessively spicy or oily.

5 Ingestion of toxic substances

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 Toddlers have a habit of putting objects in their mouth and vomiting could occur as a result of ingesting harmful chemicals such as wild herbs, soaps, and detergents. These drugs irritate the lining of the stomach, causing the muscles to contract and the contents to be expelled. When a toddler ingests poisonous substances, he or she may vomit but show no other symptoms like fever or diarrhea.

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