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Stomach pain, outside food, cyclopam, mucus gel, vomitting, Noworm syrup, stool color yellow. Digestive disorder?

Hi Doctors, My daughter is 8 years old and started complaining about stomach pain after eating outside food on 20 may 2012 onwards when I visited doctor he prescribed cyclopam, mucus gel, again after dinner took syrup and tab then immediately vomitted everything that she just eat. He also suggested to take Noworm syrup from next day night. She is all day active but few times in a day complains about stomach ache and this is more worse when she starts eating food and half way complains about stomach pain and passes stool and then she is alright - this is getting continued daily and I have again took my daughter to the same doctor he said it is a Digestive disorder and suggested to continue mucus gel syrup and prescribed kids antacid tablet suggested to take before breakfast and dinner and told us to observe the stool color(which is yellow). It is almost eight days now my daughter is still in same condition - request you to please suggest something.
Asked On : Thu, 31 May 2012
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Dietitian & Nutritionist 's  Response
Hi, Welcome to HCM.

I appreciate the fact that you are really concerned about your daughter. You can definitely help her by firstly giving her the mental strength to believe and accept that this is temporary and she need not fear. Secondly, you have taken to the doctor and she is on medication for the same which is the best thing you have done. Thirdly, I would want to emphasise on you checking on her diet. There is a possibility of food poisoning, infection in the stomach etc beacuse you have mentioned that the pain began only after she ate outside food. Symptoms of food poisoning include vomiting, nausea, stomach pain, and even slight fever. With regards to diet, you need to ensure she drinks a lot of fluids in the form of plain wated, juices, soups etc to make up for the lost fluids through vomiting. She should be well hydrated. She can consume bland foods that will not irritate her digestive system such as rice, milk, banana, soft breads etc. Give some nuts for protein intake. Ensure you do not give heavy foods because you need to give time for the stomach to get back to normal. Avoid spicy, sweet, sour, bitter foods. Try to keep the diet very simple and bland so that the virus/bacteria does not have suitable conditions to grow. Diet along with medication shall definitely help her tackle the situation. If condition persists beyond week agaain, consult a doctor for more tests.

Good luck!!!
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Pathologist and Microbiologist Dr. Anju Choudhary's  Response
Hi wise.vaio, the course of action taken by you is correct and in probability your daughter is suffering froom minor indigestion and gastritis. As it has already been 8 days and no relief it would be worth while to get her stool examined for any amoebic infection and also to get an ultrasound done to rule out any abdominal pathology like appendicitis as mild inflammation of appendix in children may present in such manner. Do not get alarmed as these are only probalilities. follow it up and wish her a speedy recovery.
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