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2 year old child, Nausea vomit at night
My daughter is 2 years old, from 14 Aug she is having nausea and vomit at night only, she is fine and active in day time. There is no other symptoms like fever etc but she is not eating anything except mother's milk. from 16 aug, we stared syp ondem 5ml twice a day and syp ranidop pd 2ml twice a day. On 17th we gave iron syp also, on 17th and 18th she had loose motion also 3 times in a day, doctor prescribed syp zifi (50mg/5ml) 1ml twice a day and darolac Z sachet and stopped icon syp. Loose motion is settled down now, but she is still having nausea and vomit at her sleep and on night only. 1. My question is what could be a cause of nausea and vomit and why it is happening only in night? 2. She is not taking enough food, what should we give her to eat?
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Just explain detail of feeding,which type of feed r u providing,through bottle or spoon,r u giving some differnt feed in night,when sleeping put,pillow below head to elevate head end
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Kindly do blood investigation and abdomen sonography.... You also post these complaints few days back...so in persisting compains uts better to do reports to find out if any pathological cause is there or not...
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mention the weight before and after illness
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Avoid bottle feed if doing No more iron syp Do not give any thing by mouth for 30 minutes after ondem, start sips of water and more food if she is not vomiting Best of hygiene is must, no more thumb sucking or putting any thing in mouth Frequent fluids and nutritious diet
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You should consult pediatrician as symptoms are since 5-6 days. For proper treatment you should consult pediatrician
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