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My baby is not urinating, but has runny poo.

hi my 19 month old baby has had a bit of runny poos for last 5 days she has also been sick 3 times 2 days ago, now she is occsonally crying in pain and bringing her legs up it think it is her belly she will the do a really smelly fart she also is not urinating much over last 5 days and not all for last 7 hours but has been drinking plenty of fluids her belly also feels hard and bloated should i take her to a&e ?
Asked On : Wed, 26 Jan 2011
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your baby probably has teething problem.must be putting every thing and anything available in mouth &biting . Is it ?
This introduces infection & loose motions With pain in abdomen. baby is irritated.
For this-
*Consult a paediatritian 7give her medicine ,if needed for the pain & motions .
*Continue breast feeding,if you re still feeding.
*give her plenty of fluids(ORS)to maintain fluid balance,& give light to digest food.
*Avoid soild objects being chewed by baby. insted use clean teether.
* provide calcium suppliment to the baby- ex.- ostocalcium syrup half spoon twice a day
Answered: Fri, 19 Aug 2011
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