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Child vomiting tendency, stomachache. Told gastrenteritis, now pain, burning during urination. Urinary inflammation?

Hi my daughetr is 5 years old... She has complained of stomachache and tendencyto vomit since yesterday. The doctor thought she had gastrenteritis. But this evening she complained of pain and flame during urination. Her temperature is 37,5. Could it be urine inflammation? She also thinks she wants to urinate and she has frequent drops of urine in her pants. Please, help me
Asked On : Mon, 15 Apr 2013
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Children tend to find it difficult to localize their exact site of pain. So it is possible that your child has a urinary infection.
Urinary tract infection usually presents with fever and the child can have vomiting also. Burning during micturation and dribbling all are suggestive of infection. You should get a urine analysis and culture done. Urine analysis is available in a few hours. If it shows pus cells, then the baby should be put on antibiotics. They can be changed according to response and culture report (it takes 72 hours at least to come). Consult a pediatrician or pediatric surgeon for proper antibiotics and doses. Maintain good hygiene. Also take care while giving a sample. It should be a clean mid stream sample, preferably taken in the morning.
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