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Baby having continuous crying spells, no bowel movement, fever. Taken Paracetamol. Reason, treatment?

We have female baby, age 8 months, she is continuously crying, we are not able to understand why she is crying. She was fever two days back and as per doctor we are given paracetamol syrup 2 ml per 4 hour. after that she is normal now from fever but now she is crying. from last 24 hour she don t have two number as well, what two do?
Asked On : Wed, 8 Aug 2012
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This could either be due to her not having passed the bowels. It could, however, mean something else altogether. As a first step, press on the ears to see if she cries louder, as earache is the commonest cause of excessive crying in infants after abdominal colic. If she has no extra crying while pressing the ears (you can wait and do it when she is quiet), then give her one dose of a laxative syrup and see if, after opening the bowel, she stops crying or not. If this, too, is ineffective, please take her to the pediatrician immediately.
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