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Baby having vomitting, diarrhoea, nappy rash. Due to teething?

My one year old had a vomiting and diarrhoea bug for about 10 days and recovered well. About 5 days after this stopped he had diarrhoea again. It s now the third day and he has had about 6 dirty nappies a day which are very runny and smell fishy. He has very very bad nappy rash with it. I thought it might be teething bit not so sure now. Otherwise in good enough form. Thanks
Asked On : Sun, 28 Oct 2012
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Frequent loose motion with wet perianal area predisposes to nappy rash.
Keep the area dry by gentle wiping after each stool. Apply diaper rash cream 4-6 times a day.
Give him Zinc syp. and probiotics.
Give him ORS and plenty of fluid to prevent dehydration.
If stool is mucoid then some antibiotic/antiamoebic may be needed.
If he becomes lethargic or has poor oral intake, consult your doctor immediately.
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