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Taken measles vaccine, vomiting, loose watery stools, sweating. Given Nutriline. Please advise

hi, my baby has just completed 9 mths, last wednesday we gave her the measles vaccination , her doc informed us that in a few days (b/w 4 days to a week) she may develop mild fever and a rash ) but on the 4th day she did look a lil off colour...she threw up her morning feed.... after a day once again she threw up her morning feed..but later in the day she started having loose-waterish stools , smelly ones , she s prespiring on her head... we narrowed it down to the vaccination, but i knew something was not right i called up her doc..he told to statrt her on nutriline-b 5 ml twice a day, to give her plenty of give the med for 3 days and then to check back..we also noticed a tooth in the lowed front of her mouth....pls consumption is normal.... 3 times food with breast fed milk and plenty of water..
Asked On : Tue, 25 Sep 2012
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Diarrhea is a common problem in infants and children. It may not be due to vaccine. It takes some time to subside. If vomiting has stopped you can manage at home. Give plenty of fluids and continue breast feeding. Do not introduce any new food for a few days. If she does not have high fever, is active and there is no blood in the stool you need not worry.
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