Stomach flu

I woke up this morning feeling terrible! Stomach pain, runs,Nausea, headache! My little one is 7 months how can help her not get it? Any recommendations or remedies for me? Thanks

  • Jade
    Dec 27, 2018

    I'm sorry you're feeling so crummy! Try your best to keep hydrated. Lots of clear fluids and plain foods like the BRAT diet (Bananas, Rice, Applesauce, Toast) As far as preventing your daughter from catching it, washing your hands lots and try not to touch your mouth and touch her etc. Maybe get someone to pick you up some bottles of hand sanitizer to keep around the house? I hope you feel better really quickly!

  • Caitie
    Dec 27, 2018

    If you’re nursing, keep going! She needs the antibodies that your body is making!

  • Vicki
    Dec 27, 2018

    Hand washing is definitely key!

  • anonymous mom
    Dec 27, 2018

    If you’re nursing it will help!! My mom had a horrible flu when she was pregnant with my younger sister. Baby was all up in her face constantly and nurses all the time and she never caught it!! If not, don’t fret. Wash your hands constantly, use a face mask if you really want to be careful (I did this when my daughter was ~6 months old and I thought I had the flu. She thought it was hilarious and I gave her one to play with as well!!), and wash surfaces that your LO touches as much as possible

  • Lindsey
    Dec 28, 2018

    I had a terrible stomach bug when my son was 3 months. I would puke and nurse on the floor after. It was horrible but my son never got it. Clean with bleach, wash your hands, and nurse. You definitely need to keep hydrated if you can’t keep any liquids in you should call you obgyn or doctor they should be able to prescribe you an anti nausea med. that’s what I had to do. I am thinking of you. ❤️

  • Jessy
    Dec 28, 2018

    Thank you all! I’m feeling much better today. My little one has a mild cough now..

  • Tonnie
    Apr 04, 2019

    Wash your hands frequently. Don’t touch the baby’s eye, nose, or throat area unless you’ve washed first. Vinegar (half vinegar+ half water) is a great, non toxic, disinfectant cleaner for hard surfaces. Don’t forget the door knobs and dresser handles, cabinet doors, car steering wheel, counter tops, faucets... any where sick germs could be hiding out.