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Flu, urine with odor, runny nose, green snot, sore throat, chesty cough, diarrhea. Suggestions?

my daughter is six with Global developmental delay. I noticed 2 days before she got the flu her urine stunk. Then she got her flu runny nose green snot, sore throat, has a chesty cough wouldnt eat or drink on the first day and was out of it for 2 days. Day three she got diarrea still happening now on day 5 . She is drinking between 500 and 700ml a day and not putting out much urine as far as i can tell because of the diarrea i cant see how much is urine. She didnt have a fever with this. She has started eating dry biscuits but not many at all. She can not tell me how she feels as she cant talk as yet. Should I take her to the doctors
Asked On : Sun, 24 Mar 2013
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thanks for your query at HCM
i can feel your concerns ,
These children are more prone to infections
you should give her antibiotics and antiallergics after consulting your doctor.
Avoid soft drinks and ice creams.
Start with honey and green tea to drink.
Give her more fluids
Moniter her urine output.Encourage hand washing.
if any query
i will be available for your help
wishing you a speedy recovery
take care
Dr. Imran Hussain
Answered: Tue, 4 Jun 2013
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