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Old 12-11-2008, 10:54 PM   #1
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9 month old teething and vomiting/ diarrhea

I have heard that babies who are teething experiences vomiting and diarrhea. They do this while they are teething. IS THIS TRUE?

Our baby girl is growing a total of 4 teeth on top within the last 2 weeks.

 
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Re: 9 month old teething and vomiting/ diarrhea

Not necessarily. I've heard that some babies may have "loose stools" when they're teething, due to increase in saliva intake, but I don't think vomitting has anything to do with teething. And not all babies will experience the looser stools either--my ds never did, and he's got 16 so far (19mo).

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Re: 9 month old teething and vomiting/ diarrhea

while having the looser stools can be considered "normal" during teething,the vomiting would not. this could be something like the roto virus going on too,along with her just happening to be teething as well. i woud take her in to her ped and have her checked out. what you described is what my son presented with when he had the roto virus. he became dyhydrated very quickly since it was litterally coming out both ends? the bigger issues here is possible dehydration,you want to keep that from happneing. despite me putting the pedialyte into him like constantly,he still was becommig dehydrated and eventually needed to be hospitalized til he got better and better hydrated with IV hydratation. it just does not take much for a child to become dehydrated. this is just something that needs further looking into,for alot of reasons.

i would make an appt today if possible just to get her seen and evaluated. hopefully this will pass soon. but do get her looked at asap. good luck and please keep us posted. marcia

 
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