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Child underweight, prescribed lupizyne. Stomach bloated, effect of medicine?

My kid is underweight my 1 1/2 kilos for his age ( wt 9.6 and he is 22 months) and was prescribed lupizyne 2.5 ml * 2 a day for 15 days. His stomach seems to be bloated since 3 days. he is having it since 1 week. are there any side effects of lupizyne. His stools are whitish in colour. Can you advise if we continue the enzyme? Also, he is very active and is not crying. Doctor, Do you think we should really concern about his weight. Height is in the 70th percentile for his age.
Asked On : Thu, 26 Jul 2012
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no this is not side effect of lupizyme
your child is suffering from mild under nutrition
get supplement of following things and consult to pediatrician soon
1. pottasium
2 syp zinc
3. folic acid and multivitamins
4. magnesium sulfate
5. calcium
7. iron
get stool examination
xray chest
Hb , TLC, DLC ,ESR, mantoux test
increase food frequency and quantity of food .

get well soon
dr vivek
Answered: Sat, 16 Feb 2013
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