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Child having continuous lethargy, has excessive sleep, stomach and neck pain, no fever. Cause?

My 5 yr old daughter is very lethargic, she has been this way for 3 days, she got sick 2 times on Fri (looked like she just spit a little fluid up,not vomit ) same thing sat and today she has 3 times. The 1st was 530a (spit up again) and then 730a same thing. She had 1/4c chicken broth and 1/2c gatorade and a few saltines. Then she wanted more gatorade and broth (same amounts) she slept 3hrs and woke up asking for a waffle and gatorade-that didnt stay down (i think she ate fast). She doesnt have diareha or a fever (at all) and she isnt complaining about anything other than a belly ache and a little pain in back of her neck (shes been sleeping onthe floor with her blankets)
Asked On : Thu, 19 Jul 2012
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It appears that your child has developed some viral infection or gastroenteritis. It might not be very severe but it can still be. You should consult a pediatrician or a pediatric surgeon. A course of drugs for fever and vomiting should help her. There are other causes of such symptoms too, like a gastro-esophageal reflux (contents of stomach regurgitating back into her food pipe). Ask her if she has any burning while passing urine. A low grade urinary tract infection can also lead to such symptoms.
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