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21 month old having on and off vomiting, no fever, having late bowel movement. What treatment to be done?

my 21 month old son has been vomiting on and off for almost a week now. no fever . also i have notice he has been pooping more excessively lately, but it isnt watery, it is very soft though. he went a full 24 hrs without throwing up then the next day he puked again in the middle of the night. is there anything i can do? should i take him to the dr? ive been keeping him hydrated but im really not sure what else to do. any suggestions will be helpful thanks so much!
Asked On : Thu, 7 Jun 2012
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Pediatrician 's  Response

your child definitely needs pediatric consultation

further answers are required to suggest you some thing

like is there any abdominal distension

how many stools did he pass during this period

is he accepting feeds normally or not

pl reply for further answers

take care
Answered: Sat, 16 Feb 2013
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