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Stomach pain, loose motions, fever in 6 year old child. Suggestions?

My 6 year old daughter started off with stomach pain and then it escalated loose bowel movements and fever of 101. in two days the fever subsided but the bowel moements are still not normal and I am seeing a 10% of stool to be of yellow spongy stuff with red dots which my daughter is passing every time she eats food. She is eating only white rice and idli. She is feel relieved from stomach pain after eery bowle movement.
Asked On : Tue, 31 Jul 2012
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Kindly visit nearest laboratory and ask for stool sample microscopic exam,inaction off your kid .it's important to rule out diseases like cholera, typhoid and certain the food borne infections. Please give her plenty of fluid , rice water, GIVE ORS 2 PACKETS A DAY till loose stools completely subsides.
Do r3port back with the results
Meanwhile give her cefixime 100mg tab -half tablet there times a DAY , syp. Cyclopam- 2tsp sos
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