Many children experience nausea and vomiting as part of a minor illness and most of the time it will not be a symptom of a brain tumour.
If your child is regularly experiencing nausea (feeling sick) and vomiting (being sick) and has other brain tumour signs or symptoms, you should make an appointment with your GP as soon as possible.
Signs to look out for:
Sometimes young children might have trouble explaining how they feel so you might notice visual signs such as they have gone off their food or are holding their stomach.
If you're concerned about your child you should make an appointment with a GP as soon as possible.
Brain tumours are rare, however, if you're worried, if a symptom persists or if your child has more than one of these symptoms then: