When Little (over 1 year) Vomiting

What to do if your child is over 1 year old vomiting?

Do not give milk cans as a replacement fluid. Give liquid electrolyte (such Pedialit) in small amounts every 15 minutes.
If your baby is not vomiting for 8 hours, try to give soft foods gradually.
If your baby is not vomiting for 24 hours, the child has to be started as usual foods little by little. But do not give canned milk or food containing milk in 2 to 3 days after not throwing up anymore.
If your child is vomiting continuously and there is no repair condition, especially accompanied by diarrhea, chances are your child suffering from an infection in the digestive tract.
Come take it to the doctor, because this situation will make your child easy to become dehydrated (dehydration), which can be fatal.
Signs and symptoms of dehydration in your child:

Tears that came out a little or nothing at all when the baby cries.
The crown of the baby looks concave, as well as the eyeball.
The absence of urine coming out for 6 to 8 hours (in infants less than 6 months, no urine for 4 to 6 hours).
Lips look dry.
Muscle tone (tension or elasticity of the muscle) is reduced, especially in the abdominal area, upper arms and legs.
The little guy looks weak and sleepy
This dehydration needs immediate medical treatment received, before the condition is getting worse.