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Given neopeptine for vomiting. What should be done to get relief?

Dear Sir, Yesterday Night my son did vomiting 2 times. after that we gave him Domstal Syrup 4ml. After that he sleep well. but today since morning he is not eating anyting properly. what should we give him. Our family doctor told us to give NEOPEPTINE DROPS 2 TIMES A DAY. My Son is 2 Years 3 months old. his weight is 11 kgs. Thanks & Regards Ankit Aggarwal
Asked On : Sat, 19 Jan 2013
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Dear Mr Ankit

Occasional vomiting in children is.common due to food poisoning sometimes seen. It usually is self limiting and subsides. Non Bilious vomiting( whitish vomiting without yellow bile in it) is usually self limiting. Symptomatic treatment with antiemetic is all.that is required.
You can start giving him clear fluids like lime juice with sugar added, fresh fruit juice. You can slowly go on increasing the quantity. Once he tolerates good quantity you can give him semisolid food.

Consult pediatrician if the vomiting persists.

Take care

Dr Deepak kishore
Consultant Pediatric Surgeon
Answered: Sun, 1 Dec 2013
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