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Child suffering from fever. Vomited the medicines. How to give them?

Good morning Dr. This is Selvaganesh from India(Chennai). My 9 month baby is having fever . She is not having often. She is getting fever every 2 hours once. I consulted a Dr yesterday in the late night. H ehas given some medecines. That s Cefo Prox 50 with sterile water & Meftal P & Aterax Drops. We gave this two I mean MEFTAL P 3ml & Aterax Drops .5 ml in the night & after she had tha , she took vamit suddenly. Can you advise us that is the way is clear we used to give the medecine as it is or we need to follow another method? kindly advise u sDr for my child fever
Asked On : Fri, 29 Jun 2012
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He welcome to HCMForum. Some times it is commen to have vomitings to children and adults during fever. it may be due to medicines.
the way you are serving the medicines is o.k. no perticular way is necesory. but only thing to be remembered is you have to give slowly.
Now to controle vomitings you give him antiemetic tablets with the advise of your doctor. if not controlled may require injection.
there may be other fevers like dengue with vomitings. but it is rare
Answered: Fri, 29 Jun 2012
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