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Baby sweats while crying. Normal?

Hi,my baby is 15 weeks old baby keeps having little crying outbursts and gets really sweaty when she sleeps, aswell as having liquid like poo,and being abit more sick then normal. She s a really good baby and don t normally cry, or has any problems part from a heart murmer. Is she ill with a bug or am I just worrying over nothing?
Asked On : Wed, 19 Dec 2012
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Feb 2013
Just i want to know how is her feeding, activity and weight gain and urine output. If these are in normal range nothing to worry. If child is getting sweating while taking feeds, or not able to take breast feeds continuously or weight gain is not appropraite and urine output is decreased then the heart murmur may be significant and you should consult the doctor. If loose motions are still going give oral rehydrating solutions sips by sips to prevent dehydration and continue breastfeeding and consult your doctor for specific treatment.
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