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Child with loose stools after eating. What should be the treatment and diet? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 12-Jun-2013
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Doctor:Good morning
User:good morning
Doctor:Please proceed with your query
User:actually my kid is 3+ year old girl. Yesterday she had cakes choclates, just 2 ,3 pieces. she is passing loose motion. yesterday 2 time and today morning watery stool again
Doctor:Oh sorry to hear that
Doctor:did she vomit too?
Doctor:How is her general condition?
User:may be its due to hot season
Doctor:Is she active? Moving around?
User:her general condition is ok
User:yah she is active
Doctor:Is there fever?
User:no fever no vomit
Doctor:Nothing to worry
Doctor:Follow my suggestions below
User:she is moving around
Doctor:Give her plenty of fluids orally
Doctor:Ideally, give her ORS or Electral water
Doctor:Buy a packet of Electral and mix it in one liter of water
Doctor:Make her drink it often, empty it within 24 hrs
User:as breakfast wat do i give her now. she had a cake and passed watery
Doctor:Give her fruit juices
Doctor:Do not give her any more cake or pastry
Doctor:Give her plain idlis
Doctor:That would be perfect
Doctor:Fruit juices as I said
Doctor:Make sure she drinks enough
Doctor:She should be fine soon
Doctor:Nothing to worry
User:can i give her lemon juice now
Doctor:Not on empty stomach
Doctor:You can give it half an hour after giving her plain idlis
Doctor:Curd can be given
Doctor:Do you have more queries?
User:nothing for now. thank you so much
Doctor:Thank you too
Doctor:Wish your baby quick recovery
Doctor:Take care
User:bye doctor
Doctor:Great day ahead
Doctor:Bye for now
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