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Small child, stomach pain, no fever. Stool test normal. Causes for symptoms?

My 8 year old daughter has stomach pain in the evenings for the last two days. She is fine first thing in the morning and the pain usually lasts a few hours. There is no fever or any other symptom during the day. We had consulted our physician who had run some stool test a couple of days ago and found no abnormality. Any ideas on potential cause?
Asked On : Thu, 27 Sep 2012
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your child has pain abdomen since 2 days only and in evening hours.. no other symptoms??
i want to know her stooling pattern. is she constipated? has she ever passed worms in stool? has she ever been dewormed?
Cause of pain abdomen are numerous. Does she have any other important medical history which you are missing?
Try deworming the baby with Syp Zentel (albendazole) 10ml single dose at night after dinner. Its a single dose therapy , hence do not repeat.

If symptom persists, do show to the pediatrician. Let me know the follow up, All the best.
Answered: Tue, 2 Oct 2012
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