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Child throws up after eating anything, has watery bowels, excessive sleep, bags under eyes. Reason?

Hi my 1 1/2 year old has been sick throwing up everything she eats and having watery bowel movements all she wants to do is sleep and her eyes looks like there bags under them she looks drowsy and doesnt want my other kids touching or saying anything to her she only eats a little bites and thats not her at all she loves to eat and say she wants a snack. She is not even running in the kitchen talking about snack mommy which she always does
Asked On : Wed, 10 Apr 2013
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Thanks for writing to health care magic.

Your child is showing some features of dehydration like drowsiness etc.

When did she last pass urine?
Are her eyes sunken?
Is there increased thirst?

From your description she appears to be having some dehydration.
Start giving her ORS or some form of fluid with salt and sugar.
She requires to be examined by your doctor who may start her on IV fluids or continue with ORS

Hope this helps.
Take care .
Answered: Fri, 12 Apr 2013
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