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Flu, water infection. Taking antibiotics. Deficient in Vitamin D. Had medication. How to cure?

my granddaughter has recently had flu and then a water infection(she is still taking antibiotics) and now she hasn't eaten for three days and sleeps all the time only waking for a very short while. she was severely deficient in vitamin D last year and was on 0000milligrams medication for it. not sure if she might have low levels again. A&E won't see her as not an emergency.
Asked On : Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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Infectious Diseases Specialist 's  Response
A warm greetings.
It would have been better for me, if you could write her her medications as well.
Flu does not need antibiotics, how ever water infection may. Did she suffer from gastroenteritis. Probably she had lost her apetite. It will be regained, or else you can start an apetizer.

You can measure the level of viitamin D and can give supplements.
All the best.
Answered: Mon, 24 Jun 2013
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Ayurveda Specialist Dr. Sumeet Pardeshi's  Response
I will Suggest You to her Drink Boiled Water & for whole family Also
Because of Antibiotics heavy dose She sleeping While..
As Previous Doctor Suggested to Check her Vit.D level
If She Had recovered from Flu then Stop Antibiotics & start

1) Milk twice a day
2) Veg.Soups
3) Boil Egg If possi
4) Fortified Cereals
5) Corn Flakes

Try this for 3 weeks & check her Vit. D Level Every 3 months if possi
Let Me know

All the Best & Take care

With Regards

Dr.Sumeet Pardeshi
Answered: Fri, 28 Jun 2013
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