Facts about child vomiting (ketotic hypoglycemia)

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Most of the times when the child does vomit the reason remain unknown to the parents. But there can be various reason of vomiting other than the handful of some common reasons such as illness, stomach flu, etc. Thus be aware when your baby is vomiting in the middle of the night and there is no sign of fever.

One of the main factors of vomiting in the middle of the night in the child is the fluctuations in the blood sugar level of the child. This kind of condition is normally seen in the child of age 8 months to about 5 years of age. This problem is scientifically termed as ketotic hypoglycemia and is predominantly caused due to the irregularities in the food timing of the child. Your child will feel nausea and discomfort in the abdominal portion before he actually does vomit. And half hour past vomiting your child will not feel any kind of discomfort.

Often parents misjudge the ketotic hypoglycemia with the stomach flu or vomiting due to fever. The immediate symptoms of the ketotic hypoglycemia are midnight vomiting and quick recovery. Also, the vomitus due to ketotic hypoglycemia has a distinct yellow tinge to it with a bubbly texture. First thing the parents should do is that they should make their baby eat within half hour after he becomes awake in the morning. To ensure the good health of your baby make sure that he eats and goes to bed at the proper time intervals. If any serious problem appears then the parents should consult a paediatric immediately.

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