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Hurt toe, stomach pain. Should I be worried?

Hi, my daughter shut her big toe in back door tonight and then woke up little while ago crying her toe hurt then said tummy hurt real bad and was shaking..temp was 97.7. She is finally sleeping again. She has constipation issues but pooped 2 times today..tummy pain right above belly button..been there off and on for over two months. Do u think the shaking was due to toe trauma tummy or too tired and should i be concerned
Asked On : Mon, 27 Aug 2012
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Hi, Bratskie,
Thanks for query,
Her both problems are different entities.
For constipation she may take liquid Crimaffin as and when required.
Give her plenty pf water and more green veggies containing more fiber.
As she hurt her big toe,there might be some blood collection and some soft tissue injury causing pain,shaking and feeling of fever.
Give her anti inflammatory medicine for 2-3 days.
Sometimes if infection takes place then antibiotic medicine may require.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Tue, 28 Aug 2012
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