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Susan recently gave birth to a sweet baby girl. This bundle of joy completely changed the lives of Susan and her husband Peter. They were extremely happy and took care that their baby did not suffer from any kind of medical disorder. But, one day while Susan was not at home, Peter fed the baby and he fed her too much food. This led to vomiting in the baby. Seeing the baby vomit continuously, Peter was extremely worried as he did not know what to do and why the baby was vomiting! Like Peter, many people tend to feed the baby with lots of food, which can lead to vomiting in the infant. Infants vomiting is rarely fine. A bit of infant vomiting after feeding is observed commonly among most of the infants. They tend to vomit after eating, if the food is heavy and if they are unable to digest it. At times, the infants tend to spit out the food if they do not like it or if they are not willing to eat it. Reflux vomiting and projectile vomiting are common among infants. Let us know more about these two kinds of infant vomit in detail.Reflux Vomiting in Infants When the valve which is present at the top of the stomach opens accidentally, then the matter present in the stomach comes slowly back up the esophagus, thus leading to vomiting.Projectile Vomiting in Infants When the content present in the stomach comes out via the mouth forcefully, then it is termed as projectile vomiting. Here's more on projectile vomiting in infants.The involuntary emptying of stomach contents, through the mouth is known as vomiting. For some medicinal reasons, forcible voluntary vomiting is also opted. But, here we are going to consider involuntary vomiting after eating which can not be controlled. Nausea often precedes vomiting but nausea may not always lead to vomiting. Nausea along with headache can sometimes precede vomiting but there can be no symptoms also, when vomiting after eating occurs suddenly. This can be due to several mild or serious medical disorders in the body. This is a type of eating disorder. Let us have a look at the causes behind this eating disorder.Diarrhea is caused after eating greasy food because of excessive intake of food, which leads to indigestion and over-straining of the digestive system. At times, the combination of two or more greasy and fatty foods also causes diarrhea. For example, if a person eats bacon and has a cup of milk or milk shakes with it, it can cause diarrhea. Some people opine, that if fermented food is eaten along with fatty and greasy food, it can cause diarrhea. It is observed that people who have gallbladder diseases, usually have diarrhea after they eat greasy food. It is seen that greasy food accentuates irritable bowel syndrome, causing diarrhea. Read more on diarrhea - symptoms, causes and treatments.

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This article was published on 2010/09/30