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Child has fever and odd colored poo.Suggestions?

My 14 month old has a fever of 38.9. It has fluctuated between 37.9 and 38.9 all morning. She ate breakfast normally and had a big drink of water. She hasn t been whingy, just a little quiet and is now sleeping. She did a poo after breakfast which was a very odd colour. kind of like a dark green colour mixed with white paint. Hard to describe but unlike her normal colour.
Asked On : Tue, 5 Mar 2013
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General Surgeon 's  Response
Apr 2013
Hi and welcome to HCM. Thank you for your query.
It seems like to be viral enterocolitis which is common in her age and you should just keep her well hydrated and give her easier food. In such infections stool color can vary and it is usually associated with diarrheas and abdominal crmaps. If fever raises and symptoms progress you should visit pediatrican.

WIsh you good health.
Answered: Sat, 1 Jun 2013
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