Why does my toddler throw up curdled milk?
Simply so, what does it mean when your baby throws up curdled milk?
Spitting up is the mild vomiting or regurgitation of food, milk, and saliva that can occur in infants. Spitting up usually occurs right after feeding or burping. The spit up fluid may look just like the formula or milk that was just fed or may appear slightly curdled.
Also, when should I be concerned about my toddler vomiting? If your child has vomiting without diarrhea and it lasts for several days or you see blood in it, that's the time to get checked out urgently, because that could be something much more serious than the stomach bug. But vomiting usually stops in about six to 24 hours.
Similarly one may ask, can you give toddler milk after vomiting?
Stay off all cow's milk and formula made with cow's milk for 48 hours after the last diarrhea or vomiting episode. Your child can try soy products or breastfeed during this time.
What do you give a toddler after vomiting?
For younger children, start with bland foods such as applesauce, mashed bananas, or infant cereal. Older children (over 1 year old) can be given crackers, toast, mixed grains, soups, mashed potatoes, or white bread. A normal diet can usually be continued about 24 hours after the vomiting has stopped.