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Infant has vomiting, loose motions. Prescribed ondansetron oral solution. Will he be okay?

sir, my son is 10 months old.he is regularly feeding with lactogen and cerelac vegetable twice a day. now we are giving him buffalo milk from 4 days,suddenly he is get vomited thrice a day.Doctor prescibed him ondansetron oral solution ip(emi) twice a day befor feeding him.we are using it vomting is controlled if we use emi and after feedig he is getting loose motions,and became very weak.Again we run to doctor and he prescribed us racigyl 15mg. and how mny times does we use it......
Asked On : Sun, 10 Mar 2013
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Pediatrician 's  Response
Feb 2013
Thank you for your query on Healthcare Magic,
I advise you to stop buffalo milk as it may be the cause of vomiting and loose motions.
Continue ondansetron in prescribed dosage if there are vomitings.
You can give oral rehydration solutions like pedialyte in sips to prevent dehydration.
Racigyl can be given twice or thrice daily in prescribed dosage.
Probiotic and zinc will be useful in decreasing watery stools.
Hope I have answered your query.
Answered: Tue, 12 Mar 2013
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