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Child has abdominal pain, not eating

I have a 2.5 year old who is complaining of severe abdominal pain (left side). The pain started at 7pm Saturday night. He cries a lot and lays on the floor in the yoga pose sleeping child screaming. I ve had at both the ER and a walk in clinic in the past 36 hours and both doctors told me they can see nothing wrong. He s drinking but ate no dinner tonight.
Asked On : Fri, 12 Oct 2012
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good morning. since the doctors have examined him and found nothing wrong, i feel that theres nothing serious with ur child, it may be just a severe abdominal cramps which is causing him and exagerrated pain. but still i would like to get and ultra sound of abdomen if the pain persists , and a stool analysis done . avoid deep fried food, junk foods, give him soft diet, if the pain is not relieved , he needs a doctor to review him.
Answered: Sat, 13 Oct 2012
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