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Loose motion in infant, vomiting. Giving fluids. What should given to avoid dehydration?

hi Doctor , My baby girl is 10 months and she is having loose motion ( watery and light green /yellowish ) for past 4 days now. consulted a doctor and was told to give her plenty of fluid . Its still going on and she seems to eb in her normal form and no fever still. She vomitted abouit once a dfay for last four days as well. Is there anything that I may give her to avoid dehydration?
Asked On : Sun, 24 Feb 2013
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Thank you for the query.

If it is about vomiting in infants usually it is very hard to give sufficient amount of fluids when vomiting and diarrhea is present. That is why, many of such condition should be treated in the hospital and intravenous fluids are necessary. So if the diarrhea is still present after 4 days, you should take your baby to the ER and pediatrician should decide either admit her to the hospital or not.

Hope this will help.
Answered: Mon, 25 Feb 2013
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