I'd still contact NHS direct and ask them if there are any other checks you can do yourself to allay your fears. If he's okay in himself, then that is a good sign (as I'm sure you know), but definitely contact them.
I'd definatly phone NHS, its a good sign that he didn't pass out but the fact that he was sick needs to be checked. Even if you phone them and they can reassure you, at least you won't be worrying all night until your DH gets home.
I hate bumps on the head, my 2 have had plenty in their time just to scare the living daylights out of me eachtime!
Snugs, thats very useful.......all my answers were no so it was a self help thing of cold compress and paracetamol if necessary.
He's in bed now, can't keep him up, he was climbing the stairs as per his usual routine after his milk. Have baby monitor on maximum volume incase he's sick again, all I hear now is him shuffling about with his blankie, getting comfy.
The old advice of not letting them go to sleep is now defunct by the way. Current advice is to let them sleep if they want to, but try to wake them at hourly and later 2-hourly intervals. Don't have to wake them completely, just ensure they react to stimulation.
emma - remember to go back and do the flowchart again if anything changes.