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Child suffering from severe vomiting, loose motions, on mother's feed, having glucose. How to get relief?

Hi, my baby is 13 months 9 days old,now he is suffering from severe vomitings n loose motions since 4days, he was very active but now he is not like earlier, he is not taking her food n anything as earlier. he is only under mother feed. Shown to doc and he had given him Glucose for 2 days and then he was not vomitting for a day. But again he started after we stopped giving him Glucose. His loose motions still continues.... what should we do?
Asked On : Sun, 11 Nov 2012
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If the child is becoming lethargic and the diarrhea continuing, He may be suffering from dehydration. i will advise you to take him to the nearest hospital immediately. He may require intravenous fluid management. In-between keep him feeding with ORS (oral rehydration solution)
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