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Can Normet suspension given to 3-4 year old kid?

Can i give normet suspension to my 3 year 4 months daughter for loose motion? my 3 year 4 months daughter is having loose motion and pain in stomach ...GP is not giving any medicine . .can i give her oflomac fort suspension my 3 year 4 months daughter is having loose motion and pain in stomach ...GP is not giving any medicine . .can i give her oflomac fort...
Asked On : Mon, 9 Apr 2012
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hello dr. amitkumar
i would suggest you to start giving her ORS solution frst.....
the packet is available over the counter in pharmacy......
1 litre packet to be dissolved in boiled and then cooled water... should be used in 24 hrs...
let her drink as much as she wants,,,
or other alternatives like kanji water, lime juice or fruit juices can be given....
do not keep her dehydrated....
Answered: Mon, 9 Apr 2012
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