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Suggest remedy for stomach pain & diarrhea

My daughter is 7 years old...she was complaining of a stomache ache for a week...on and off...everytime she would eat, no vomiting...some diarrhea...Yesterday she lost control of her bladder and today she says it hurts when she urinates and its orange colored when she wipes....sound like a normal urinary track infection?
Thu, 28 Sep 2017
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Hi.
Thanks for your query.
Noted the history about your daughter and understood the concerns.
Diarrhea with pain in abdomen followed by orange colored urine needs urgent following things:
Consult the Pediatrician for clinical evaluation, examination and investigations.
Tests of stool: Routine, microscopy and occult blood.
Tests of blood for CBC, culture and sensitivity, urea and creatinine.
Tests of urine for routine, microscopy, culture and sensitivity.
Ultrasonography of abdomen.
Get all these things done so that a proper diagnosis and management can be done.
Do not treat anything at home.
Give plenty of fluids orally.
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Suggest remedy for stomach pain & diarrhea

Hi. Thanks for your query. Noted the history about your daughter and understood the concerns. Diarrhea with pain in abdomen followed by orange colored urine needs urgent following things: Consult the Pediatrician for clinical evaluation, examination and investigations. Tests of stool: Routine, microscopy and occult blood. Tests of blood for CBC, culture and sensitivity, urea and creatinine. Tests of urine for routine, microscopy, culture and sensitivity. Ultrasonography of abdomen. Get all these things done so that a proper diagnosis and management can be done. Do not treat anything at home. Give plenty of fluids orally.