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2 weeks baby having low calcium. Diarrhea, sudden reflect in arms and legs. What is the problem ?

Dear sir, I have a 2 weeks new born baby .He is now in the intensive care in the hospital. the baby was having low in calcium , they gave him calcium, now the level is normal. He still have Diaria and a sudden reflect in his arms and legs every 10-20 sec, he has difficulty in eating his milk. The heart is functionning good. If you could kindly diagnose the illness and the probability of death. Thank you
Asked On : Sun, 23 Sep 2012
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Pediatrician, Neonatology 's  Response
Isolated hypocalcemia (low blood calcium) is a treatable condition.
If there are other associated problems, the progress will depend on them.
was your baby underweight or born early?
Are there any other congenital anomalies like heart problem?
Discuss with the treating doctors and they will be surely happy to keep you informed of the baby's condition.
All the best
Answered: Mon, 24 Sep 2012
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