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Vomiting, feeling nausea, unable to eat, body temperature warm - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   Good evening
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   good evening doctor
Doctor :   Ok
User :   doc my son had vomitting...he constantly kept on vomitti
Doctor :   May I know the age of your son?
User :   on sunday nite..though he was on empty stomach he was vomitting only something like saliva
User :   s..he is 3yrs old
Doctor :   His he able to eat?
User :   den the followi day he had stopped vomitting..but still he has this nausic feeling
Doctor :   * Is he able to tolerate food?
User :   he is unable to eat ne thing...very forcibly im able to feed him little
User :   no
Doctor :   Is he running fever?
Doctor :   Is he active otherwise?
User :   he has lost his appetite
User :   no he has no fever
Doctor :   Is he active otherwise?
User :   but his body temperature is little warm..but has not increased at all
Doctor :   Ok
User :   yes he is active..bcos of less intake of food he is little tired
Doctor :   Ok
User :   the same situation has occured twice in the past..once wen he was 9 months and again wen he was 2.5yrs
Doctor :   Does he have any other symptoms such as diarrhea, excessive crying, irritability, reduced or increased urination?
Doctor :   Ok
User :   No nothing as such
Doctor :   Have you used any medications?
Doctor :   Have you tried any medications?
User :   he has only vomitting sensation
User :   No nothing for vomitti..but im giving him benadryl
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Let me explain to you.
Doctor :   The symptoms that you describe are pointing towards infection.
Doctor :   which is most likely a viral infection.
Doctor :   The symptom is expected to improve in 2-3 days time.
Doctor :   If your son persists to have further vomiting, then anti vomiting medications such as Syp Domstal may need to be used.
Doctor :   The dose of this syrup will depend on his general condition and his weight.
Doctor :   So you need not be worried now.
Doctor :   Continue feeding him.
Doctor :   Liquid diet in the form of fruit juices, simple water and other gruel type diet would be preferable.
Doctor :   Watch out for fever, reduced urination, reduced activity, irritability and so on.
Doctor :   If such symptoms persists, then you will need to consult a pediatrician.
Doctor :   Are you there?
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