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20 months baby, eating amount has reduced, passing yellow urine, white deposit on tongue inspite of regular brushing.
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Fluid given is less,give appropriate ammount of fluid. White patches may be fungal infection. Please visit nearby pediatrician for examination.
Next Steps
oral antifungal paint. fluid intake.
Health Tips
start Home made semi-solid feed 6- 8 times. change menu regularly. no forcefully feed. growth monitoring.
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White deposit on tongue is oral candidiasis.. it occurs in breast feeding babies. It will completely go only once you stop feeding. There is a mouth paint you can use for that. And frequently clean after feeding by using cotton cloth wrapped around your little finger which is soaked in warm water and just try to clean your baby's tongue using your finger. This white patch itself will cause reduced eating in babies. Reduced feeding can again cause yellow urine.
Next Steps
If he is vomiting, yellow discoloration of eyes, fever or feeling tired like and inactive, get a direct consultation
Health Tips
Candid mouth paint twice daily for one week . use after feeding The best thing is to wipe with your finger. Feed him plenty of fluids too like warm water, coconut water etc.  Good amount of fluids also will reduce this
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Mostly By the history provided it looks  like -viral hepatitis (loss of appetite and yellow urine ) with Oral Candidiasis. it needs evaluation .
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Please visit nearest hospital for physical consultation.Get examined and investigated. Thanks.
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