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My 4 year old kid Waking up from sleep and vomiting


My 4 year old son is waking up in the night and vomiting and then goes back to sleep. this happens may be once or sometime twice in a week.in the past when my son was 14 months old he accidentally got injured while playing and got 3 stiches on the scalp as he got a cut,the doctor has given a medication and he was absolutely fine there were also no vomiting in the 48 hours time of injury.
he usually throws up when he cries or exited but i thought thats quite normal in kids but i am worried about waking up in the night and vomiting.
I was wondering does his vomiting has any relation to his past injury as he got hurt on the head and had a scalp injuru. Just want to make sure that the symptoms of vomiting does not relate to any past injury.shall i take him for a scan to make sure everything is fine.
Kindly advise.



  • Try calling your local ER department and ask them, they typically have a nurse on duty whom would be better equipped to explain rather or not the two are related. I would hate for anyone here, to make that opinion. We are just a group of patients, and there is no way anyone could make the correlation or not. So my best advice is to call your local ER department, it might be they say to bring him right in, or maybe not. They may need some images as well to make that opinion. But call them richt away!
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