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Infant has continuous vomiting. Stool test show mucus, pus cells. Should I be worried?

Hello Doctor My kid is 2 mnths 22 days old. since last 5 days she is vomiting a lot. I ve done the stool test . and the report says below : Consistency : loose Gross blood absent Mucus present CELLs RBC 0--0/HPH Pus Cells : 2--4 seen/HPH Reducing Sugar present (0.5gm%) Please help me understand if it s normal or something to worry for. Regards, Smruti
Asked On : Wed, 9 Jan 2013
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Thanks for your query

Continuous vomiting in infant needs to be evaluated,but few things are to be seen
is your baby on breast feeding?is he/she taking feeds normally.burping should be done after every feeding.
are there any other associated symptoms,any fever,excessive crying.

I advise you to take your baby to pediatrician.
Your baby will be fine,
God bless
Answered: Thu, 10 Jan 2013
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