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Infant taking both lactogen 2 and cerelac. Passing less urine and getting fever. Reason?

my daughter is 7 months old. Till 5 months she was a exclusively BF baby. From 5th mnth I started to give her is NAN1 , which she didnt like at all. Then I shifted to lactogen. Now she is taking both Lactogen 2 and Cerelac ( rice). Her poo is green in color mostly and sometime very dark too.. From last week, her urine output is also very less ( only 4-5 times a day). And there is fever also. Is food is the reason? What care I have to take?
Asked On : Fri, 1 Mar 2013
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Thanks for your query.
I suggest you to increase her fluid intake,give coconut water,vegetable soup,fruit juice.
Stool consistency change after introducing semi solids.
For fever give paracetamol as per dosage as if it persist get her evaluated by pediatrician for proper management.

Wishing your baby good health.
God bless.
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