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Child has fever, loose motions, weakness. Taking antibiotic. Suggest food

hello doctor,my child is 3 and half year old.15 days back,she had fever and loose motions.Doctor had given antibiotic and she recovered but her motion is not normal till today and today she is having 100 fever and loose motion.she is having weakness in her body and she is complaining about body pain.Please help me .she is not eating anything.please suggest some types of food for her weakness.
Asked On : Mon, 1 Oct 2012
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i would recommend u to get her stool examination to find out the cause for her continuous loose motions. keep her well hydrated withe ORS. DEHYDRATION signs- dry mouth dry eyes dry skin decreased urine out put. avoid sweet foods , avoid deep fried foods, avoid bakery products, u can give her rice based foods- dal kichri, ganji, tender coconut water,oats , ect, but i wud recommend u to review with your doctor once more.
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