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Child having vomiting, loose stools and fever. Treated for urinary infection. Symptoms persisting. Concerned

My six year old has been sick for the last week, she was vomiting , loss stool , and fever . She was seen at the doctors, and treated for a urinary infection, they also said she had a head cold . Starting this morning she has now been complaining her leg hurts. She didn t want to walk on it this morning but as the day went on she appeared fine, now she s complaint again tonight. Should I be concerned
Asked On : Wed, 27 Mar 2013
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Thanks for writing to health care magic.

The pain she is complaining of in the leg could be because of generalized weakness because of what she is going through.

Hope there is no difficulty in walking.
If there is difficulty in walking or difficulty in getting up from a sitting down posture you should consult your doctor immediately.

How is her fever now?
Is the fever subsiding?
Did you get a urine culture and sensitivity done?
If so what is the report?
Did her vomiting subside?

Please reply in detail so that I can answer you better.

Take care.
Answered: Wed, 27 Mar 2013
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