We don't have health insurance. But DS has been vomiting EVERYTHING since around 5pm and it's now past midnight. He has woken up three times out of a sound sleep to throw up what I can only imagine is spit that he swallowed. He threw up a spoonful of applesauce, he threw up a mouthful of water.
When is it bad enough to seek medical attention? And what else can I do? He's so miserable. :(
I typically take a wait&see approach, but if you're getting nervous, a visit to the doctor is worth the peace of mind alone. I hope your little one feels better soon!!
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