What problems can vomiting cause for my child?

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The real danger of vomiting is that it can cause your child to become dehydrated (dried out). Your child may also have a mild fever or diarrhea (loose or frequent stools). A child with vomiting, fever and diarrhea may become dehydrated more quickly.

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