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Child having fever, vomiting, constipation and diarrhea. Having UTI. Treatment?

hello my two year niece got a fever a month ago and she was throwing up all night a week before she did the same they took her to the ER they said prob a UTI . she s had it two more times but i have noticed when i watch her i check her bowl movements one day shes constipated one day it comes outs in a bright yellw pebbles last two days runny diahrea like shes peing then today she said she had to poop i went in there and it was like a turquise color.diahrea
Asked On : Tue, 21 Aug 2012
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Feb 2013
Around 1 to 2 years diarrhea is common and it is called Toddlers diarrhea and give oral rehydrating solutions to prevent dehydration,proboitic and zinc can be added. Excessive consumption of carbohydarte foods, sugars should be discouraged and regular hand wash should be encouraged.
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