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Small child, nausea, loss of appetite, fever, dark yellow urine. Treatment for symptoms?

i have a 2 years old baby... not taking food..trying to vomit specially at night before bed... stool is ok..this is happening for last 6-7 days... now for last 4 days twice has got mild fever around 100 F. activity has reduces very week and urine colour is mild yellow when we gave enough fluid but becomes deep yellow if she refuse to take enough water. Morning urine for last 3 day is deep yellow even if the quantity of urine is plenty. what shall i do?
Asked On : Sat, 5 Jan 2013
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Pediatrician, Infectious Diseases 's  Response
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Your child is most probably suffering from a gastrointestinal infection causing fever , nausea vomiting , refusal to food and dehydration .
First and foremost maintain good hydration with plenty of water and fluids like ORS or milk or soups or juices.
Give small frequent meals .
For fever you can give an antipyretic like acetaminophen as per doctors prescription.
If still symptoms persist you should get the child evaluated by a pediatrician and a course of antibiotics may be prescribed if needed.
Wishing your child good health.
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Pediatrician Dr. Synthyia Bhagat's  Response
thanks for your query.
urine infection is common in young girls,i will suggest you to get her urine examined for any underlying the meantime give her paracetamol when fever crosses 100F.also proper hydration is very important,give her plenty of fluids,coconut water,fruit juices,give her small meals ,
in case condition does not improve take her to pediatrician,
Your child will be fine,
God bless.
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