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Small child having high fever, stomach pain, lethargy, appetite loss, foul smelling urine. Treatment?

My 2 year old just got over a severe illness that ran her 103-degree fevers. She was better by Friday. Now, today she was up ALL NIGHT saying her stomach hurt. She won t eat, she s acting lethargic and she does NOT have a fever. Yesterday her urine SMELLED like an infection, but they did a cath last week with her high fever and it came back positive, even with the culture. I don t know what to do?
Asked On : Fri, 29 Mar 2013
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Thanks for your query.
Your daughter was treated for a confirmed urine infection . This tummy could have many causes like gastric irritation due to oral medicines , constipation ,a relapse of urine infection or could be a totally unrelated cause.
In light of this information get her checked again & tested if required.
Hope you find the information helpful.
Answered: Fri, 29 Mar 2013
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