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Constipation, nausea after taking medicines for fever. Solution?

hello Doctor, my sister , age 17+, is not well, was suffering from fever from last 4 days....and the medicines provided to her was not suitable because after having it she is facing constipiration problem and feeling vomiting tendency right now....plz help her as say some solution so that she can feel comfortable...........
Mon, 24 Jun 2013
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Pediatrician 's  Response
Feb 2013

Thank you for your query on Healthcare Magic.

What medication is she taking now?

Constipation may be due to decreased oral intake during this febrile illness.

Continue the prescribed medication for the fever.

Give plenty of oral fluids and rehydration solutions to maintain her hydration.

Vomiting sensation may be due to gastritis which is associated with fever or drugs.

Give her soft diet and oral medication like omeprazole can be given in prescribed dose for gastritis.

Consult the doctor for physical examination and for treatment.

Hope I have answered your query.

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