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Vomiting,yellow phlegm,semi solid stool.

my daughter is 4 yrs 6 months, yesterday morning she woke up saying she felt like vomiting , what came out was a little yellow liquid , then later she passed semi solid stool , vomited again after having lunch, but was fine later,today she woke up with a stomach ache and again passed semi solid stool, vomited at 5pm after having banana, all tht came out was the banana............ plz help
Asked On : Sat, 21 Apr 2012
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Hi welcome to H.C.M.Forum. it is an infection of the intestines.called foodpoisoning. if it is not promptly treated in time it may leed to diarrhoea. i advise you to consult a pediatrition for diagnosis & treatment.
besides you give him dilute milk, curd rice, dilute poridge.
dont give him fruits, nonvegitarian, & outside foods for few days. dont worry he will be fine.
Answered: Sat, 21 Apr 2012
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