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Child has vomiting, headache, fever. Had IBS, broken clavicle and elbow. Lactose intolerant. Need for concern?

my daughter is 7 and just got over being very ill with a virus about 2 weeks ago. Her syptoms them were stomach pain, high fever, sore throat which ended with a bad cold and no voice. It lasted about 7 days. 8 days later she developed a very bad stomache and started to throw up for about 8 hours and had a headache too. Her temp was 96.6 with a fore head thermo. She has a lactose intoler. and IBS along with a broken clavicle and elbow . Any idea is this something I should be concerned about. I did take her in when she was sick 8 days ago, but nothing. Gave her zofran and sent us home.
Asked On : Wed, 13 Mar 2013
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Thank you for your query.

When did your daughter develop a broken clavicle and elbow and how? What management was done for it and what is the status?

You mentioned that she had a viral infection about 2 weeks back. How is she now? If the symptoms are still persisting then she needs to be re-evaluated and may need investigations to find out the exact problem. If she is on the road to recovery then nothing needs to be done.

I hope I have answered your query to your satisfaction.

Wishing your daughter an early recovery.


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