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Child extremely lethargic, sleepy, stomach pain. What can I do?

My almost 2 year old barfed yesterday around 3 p.m. and she was very tired around 830 p.m. went to sleep for an hour and a half, woke up, went back to sleep around 11ish woke up at 7 went back to sleep woke up at 930 and has been extremely lethargic, got up for some fruit and milk then laid back down and has been just laying around. It doesn t feel like she has a fever , but she occasionally has been saying ouch and pointing to her tummy.
Asked On : Wed, 9 Jan 2013
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This may be due to constipation if didnot passed stool for 01 day or 02 days or is passing hard stools the stool impaction is causing this problem.
May have acute gastroenteritis if having symptoms of diarrhea and vommiting consult your physician for appropriate antibiotics and antiemetics.

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Dr. Azhar Sattar
Answered: Fri, 11 Jan 2013
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