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Four year old having medication for tonsillitis. Suffering from severe vomiting. Given paracetamol, powergyl and ondi mark drops

Sir, our child is now four years old. she was taking medication for tonsillitis , now for two days she has severe vomit soon after taking food. In the mean time we had taken her five times to hospital cor consultations. the hospital is about 18KM s far. Today early morning 3:45 am again vomitted... the medicines now that we give are powergyl, ondi mark drops, another one more syrup that contains paracetamol etc.
Asked On : Thu, 30 Aug 2012
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Thank you for your query.
This problem can be solved easily. Continue the antiemetic thrice daily one hour before meals.Maintain a good oral hygiene.Give soft cold food. Metrogyl in powergyl causes vomiting in some children. Most probably taste the medicine and see whether it is bitter or not. Replace metrogyl with some other antibiotic. I hope taking these measures will stop the vomiting.
If the problem persists then kindly consult a child specialist.
Wishing him a speedy recovery.Have a nice day
Answered: Fri, 14 Dec 2012
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