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Child suffering from diarrhea, vomiting , fever. Puss cells in stools. Refuses ORS. Takes breast milk, water. Remedy? son is almost 19 months old. He has been vomitting since last two days and diarrhoea also soon after. Also he was running fever till this morning about a 100 c. His stool DR says that he has occasional pus cells and fat globules. Culture is yet to come. He is not taking any ORS . Just breast milk and some water. I have given him Omeprazole 20mg half sachet twice already today but that doesn t seem to have helped so far. Now his vomit seem a little greenish yellow...I believe it s the bile . Can you please help. He is vomiting so much. Thanks. Regards Raamish
Asked On : Sun, 24 Mar 2013
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Hi Raamishz
Your son needs urgent review in an Emergency Dept. to confirm bilious vomiting & need to rule out a condition called intussusception.
No need to panic but please get him checked soon. Also do carry you sons clothes soiled by ? green vomitus.
Answered: Mon, 25 Mar 2013
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