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Infant having stomach pain before bowel movements, vomiting. Treatment?

Dear Sir, My daugher is 2.5 years old. Since 1 week she sometimes tell about the stomach pain, but it will immediately vanish. After that she goes for poty.. but i observed some times it comes in liquid with bubbles floating on the stool . Today morning also the same incident happened, first she told us that she is having stomach pain, then immdidately she passed stool, she is alright and the second time she again did poty today within half hour and this time we observed in potty in a liquid form in a small quantity and bubbles on it and she vomited in a very small quantity. However she is very active. She also went to School also. Is something wrong? Please advice.
Asked On : Thu, 30 Aug 2012
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Hi, Cherian,
Thanks for query.
It seems that your daughter might be having some infection in her gastro intestinal tract.
Consult your doctor and he may give some antibiotic, anti amebic treatment.
Give enough water and light diet.
Give her lemon, orange and apple juice.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Thu, 30 Aug 2012
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