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Child having runny nose, cough, post nasal drip, vomitting loose stools. Solution?

My two year old has had cold symptoms, a runny nose and cough and post nasal drip for three days. He has not had a fever. Now he is vomiting and has very loose stools . He is keeping some food and fluids down. Is vomiting normal with a cold? He just finished a 10 day round of antibiotics for an ear infection and got sick two days after stopping the antibiotics.
Asked On : Mon, 12 Nov 2012
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If there is no fever then you can do wait and watch.
give symptomatic management for vommiting and loose stool, like give more of fluid with salt and sugar and maintain hydration.
For nasal blockage give syrup with oral decongestant and antihistaminic.
and wait for 1day if symptom improve continue same if not plan antibiotic according to the weight like azithromycin
in doubt do reply
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