Teething is the term used when a baby’s teeth start to come through, and symptoms can vary from infant to infant. Although many people think vomiting is one of these symptoms, most experts now think it is not.
- Vomiting could be due to a cold, infection, gastroenteritis or a food allergy.
- Vomiting is not normally a concern, but if it persists after 12 hours a doctor should be consulted.
- Your child friendly dentist will be able to advise on ways to alleviate the symptoms of teething.
"Sometimes, a food allergy or intolerance may cause vomiting. A doctor can help diagnose food sensitivities so that children can begin to avoid any foods that make them unwell."
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