Should kids eat contaminated foods, they may throw up due to food poisoning. Examples of food poisoning are listeria infection and salmonellosis.
The best way to prevent this scenario is to give them only well-cooked foods and ensure no contamination in food handling, preparation, and storage.
In some cases, kids throw up because of a food allergy. Pagsusuka ng bata due to food allergy may happen immediately after consuming the food they are allergic to. Examples of foods that trigger an allergic reaction are peanut butter and eggs.
Learn more about food allergies here.
Gastroesophageal Reflux Diseases (GERD)
Pagsusuka sa bata can also happen due to GERD.
GERD occurs when food backs up from the stomach to the food pipe (esophagus) or mouth. Most infants experience this; that’s why they burp or spit up. Young kids, however, experience vomiting along with other symptoms like abdominal pain, chest discomfort, and heartburn.