Nausea is an urge to vomit or a general uneasiness in the stomach. If nausea is the only symptom your child has, it is rarely caused by anything serious. Nausea is often caused by:
Temporarily serve your child clear fluids and light foods such as crackers or bread. Allow your child to temporarily select their diet. Avoid fried or greasy foods.
If caused by a medicine, give all future dosages after a snack (such as some soda crackers) or meal. Medicines given on an empty stomach are more likely to cause nausea or pain. Another option is to give half the dose now and the other half 60 minutes later.
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