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If your kids or baby ever vomit without any reasons, you need to check of which toothpaste you've been using. Parents or caregivers may not notice the symptoms associated with mild fluoride toxicity or may attribute them to colic or gastroenteritis, particularly if they did not see the child ingest fluoride. Similarly, because of the nonspecific nature of mild to moderate symptoms, a physician’s differential diagnosis is unlikely to include fluoride toxicity without a history of fluoride ingestion.
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Fluoride Health effects [Stomach and Intestines]

Fluoride Health effects [Stomach and Intestines]

GASTROINTESTINAL

It is well established that fluoride ingestion can cause a range of gastrointestinal (“GI”) symptoms, including nausea, pain, and vomiting. It is not yet understood, however, what level of fluoride in the stomach is necessary to cause these symptoms, and how much this level varies based on the sensitivity of the individual. In 2006, the National Research Council called for more research to explore these issues.

Individuals with High Exposures to Fluoride

It is well known that humans with high levels of fluoride ingestion can suffer significant and persistent gastric problems. Humans suffering from skeletal fluorosis, for example, have been repeatedly observed to suffer high rates of GI disorders. When fluoride intake is reduced among these patients, the gastrointestinal problems are among the first symptoms to disappear. Similarly, when high doses of fluoride (18-34 mg/day) have been used as an experimental drug to treat osteoporosis, gastric disturbances are one of the two main side effects consistently encountered.

Individuals with High Exposures to Fluoride

Each year there are thousands of reports to Poison Control Centers throughout the United States due to excessive ingestion of fluoride toothpaste and other fluoridated dental products. GI symptoms are generally the first symptoms that a person (usually a child) will experience. A review of reports to Poison Control Centers in Utah found that vomiting was induced in children after ingestion of just 5 to 9 mg of fluoride.

Because GI symptoms caused by fluoride toothpaste ingestion mimic common GI problems, people experiencing gastric distress from fluoride toothpaste may not realize the source of their problem.  As noted in the Journal of Public Health Dentistry:

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