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Child is vomiting, has diarrhea, low body temperature. Normal?

Hi there my boy has been vomiting and having diarhoea at the same time,I tried giving him water he doesn t wat to take it so I goggle for home remedies and I found out coke helps his diarhoea out and so I gave him a lil bit of Coke and the next thing he kept wanting more and more coke till he finish the whole 1ltr bottle and his body temperature is so low I haven t taken the temp yet and his body it s jus cold and his still crying for some more coke. Is this normal for a 2yr old kid to have low body temp??
Asked On : Tue, 4 Dec 2012
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Guess by now, you would have consulted a doctor.

Coke or carbonated beverages are not good for kids and not good at all to be given during diarrhea/vomiting. It will increase the gastritis and increase the frequency of loose stools.

Give him plenty of curd, water, vegetable soups, soya milk, rice based porridge, mashed potato, banana etc. Avoid fruit juice, cow`s milk.

You have to be cautious as in a kid with diarrhea and vomiting, cold limbs may indicate dehydration. How ever there are other things to diagnose dehydration like dry mouth, dry skin, less urine output etc. I would suggest that you see your Pediatrician.
If his activity is less too, its a must that you see your Pediatrician.

Hope my answer helps you.
Wish a speedy recovery for your kid.
Answered: Wed, 5 Dec 2012
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