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My Daughter keeps Vomiting & she also has diarrhoea.

Hello Doctor , My daughter is 2 years old and yesterday she started vomiting everything she eats and drinks, she also has diarrhea . I gave her pedialyte so she doesn t dehydrate but still shell drink about half the cup and then 2 minutes later she throws it up, shes even throwing up water. She also has a light fever but it comes and goes, whats wrong with her ?
Asked On : Mon, 31 Jan 2011
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  Anonymous's Response
She is suffering from Acute gastro enteritis means infection in stomach and intestine.mostly due to eating some food which she is not able to digest.In such a case you only need to take care of her hydration status ,otherwise everything is normal.

You can give her Ars alb 30 2 tabs before giving her any food and continue this for 2 days.she will recover in this much time.You should take care of her diet.Only give her liquid diet and fruit juices prepared at home.

Check for her urine frequency ,if she is passing urine regularly then her hydration status is ok.

Hope this helps,
dr jignesh
Answered: Sat, 5 Mar 2011
General & Family Physician Dr. Pragnesh Vachharajani's  Response
Relax a bit,this is seasonal occurrence,mostly viral in nature.This happens during this season. Give her anti emetic drugs like domperidone for vomiting.then wait for 45 minutes to 1 hour and then start giving pedialyte again in small quantity and continue.Feed him curd rice,dal-rice,fruit juices etc. continuously through the day.You can give paracetamol for fever as and when required.If she vomits wait for sometime and then give again.I hope this will solve the problem,but if this continuous pl.see a doctor.
Answered: Tue, 1 Feb 2011
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