Nine reasons for frequent vomiting in newborns

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Nine reasons for frequent vomiting in newborns

It is known that vomiting in newborns is normal and does not occur at all. However, when the rate of incidence increases significantly affects the overall health of the child, it is therefore necessary to act on this unusual thing, which doctors call specialists frequent vomiting or vomiting patients, as it is an indication of the existence of a bug in the child.
Causes of recurrent vomiting in newborns
1. Gastroenteritis: It is the most common and common cause of frequent vomiting, as the child suffers from vomiting and diarrhea, which is usually accompanied by continuous crying due to his feeling of colic and abdominal pain.
2. Bowel obstruction: Bowel obstruction is one of the most serious health problems that a child may experience in his early days. It is seen in the form of persistent vomiting episodes accompanied by chronic constipation. The child also has persistent crying due to his feeling of colic.
3. Neonatal yellow: It is very likely that the newborn child suffers from yellow, where the skin color is yellow or orange with repeated vomiting episodes.
4. Meningitis: It is inflammation of the membranes surrounding the brain, which leads to the stimulation of the center of vomiting in the brain, and thus the occurrence of recurrent vomiting episodes, and can be suspected in the case if the child suffers from stiffness or pain in the neck, where he begins to cry As soon as they approach or touch them.
5. Osteoarthritis: Osteoarthritis occurs in newborns as a result of the mother taking a wrong position during breastfeeding, which causes some drops of milk to leak through the channel of Estacus (which connects the cavity of the mouth and middle ear), leading to otitis media , And it appears in the form of frequent vomiting, and bouts of crying especially during the night due to the child's feeling of pain inside the ear.
6. Severe cough: Severe or chronic cough may indirectly cause increased contractions in the stomach and esophagus, and thus frequent vomiting.
7. Frequent vomiting may appear as one of the side effects that a given child may have in certain medications. In such cases, it is recommended that you consult a physician to change the medicine in another way that does not cause these negative effects.
8. The mother's insistence on increasing the number or quantity of the dances received by the child in excess of his need.
9. Hypersensitivity to artificial milk.


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