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Child vomits her mild, does not show any signs of fever, had pale yellow clay colored stools. What should be done?

Hi My daughter is 20 months, & has been vomiting her milk. It started Tuesday evening and she hasn t vomited since nor had she had any signs of fever symptoms until really late last night again. Still no signs of fever or anything. Today we were at the movies had an afternoon bottle and vomited there! She had a real pale yellow clay poop just 10 min ago i dont know what to do?! I cant give her any milk i m afraid she will vomit all over again. Please help!!
Asked On : Tue, 23 Oct 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hello and thanks for the query
This could be a viral infection and causing vomiting. Follow certain precautions like:
1. Give only fresh milk to your child.
2. Clean the bottle properly before every use.
3. Protect your child from changing weather and wet cloths.
4. Give her antiemeetic syrup like Emset to control vomiting.
5. Keep your child hydrated.
If you find any other sign like fever than consult your Physician for proper antibiotic. Hope this will help you.
Best Wishes
Answered: Tue, 23 Oct 2012
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