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What food can i give to my 1 year old daughter in throat infection ?

my 1 year old girl has a throat infection and is coldy. she is on anti biotics and an inhaler. what is the best food to give her while she is ill? also she has a very sore bum from diarreha, what s best to put on it? i have been using sudocrem. how long should her bad stomach last? as like i say it s very sore. she has been on anti biotics since monday due to finish on sat/sun
Asked On : Thu, 24 Feb 2011
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I think you should continue with her oral treatment as you are doing now. For the rashes, an antifungal cream should be used. You may give her warm clear chicken soup, warm porridge, rice and gravy of vegetable, etc. Milk is okay, as are other warm drinks, biscuits, and stuff that is easy to digest. Bad stomachs and loose stools usually last for a week or less, and very rarely more than a week. So, just dig in and fret not.
Answered: Wed, 13 Jul 2011
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