<blockquote><b>Quoting mamastj:</b>" Has she been teething? Getting molars in? I have several nieces and nephews and both of my boys who did/have gone through spurts of vomiting while teething."</blockquote>
Really I didn't even think of that she never has had that happen before but her back set of molars are coming in.
Have you tested for allergies to something? I became lactose intolerant when I was young and just out of the blue started throwing up when I had anything with dairy in it. My symptoms varied on how the dairy was consumed *not sure if that makes sense. Like if I had it in liquid form such as milk, ice cream, etc. i would throw it up. If I had it as a solid like cheese, I would have stomach and bowel problems. The older I got, the worse it was. But you can have a weird reaction to anything that you consume on a daily basis out of nowhere and never run a fever. If it burns coming up, it could also be acid reflux. Either way, I would suggest keeping an eye on what she eats, drinks, and is around, and get her in to the doctor.
Not really unless she is fevered or is showing that she is in pain in which case you just give her tylenol or whatever you would normally do for her. It's just her body's way of reacting/handling them coming in. We wet facecloths, tie them in a knot, slip them in baggies and freeze them. Usually have 3 or 4 in the freezer for our LO to chew on instead of his fingers.