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Viral Gastroenteritis

Hello, I am new here. My five year old daughter has been diagnosed over the weekend at the ER with viral gastroenteritis. She has, as of today, not eaten in 4 days. The smell of food makes her sick to her stomach -- coupled with the fact that she is afraid of eating for fear of throwing up. I've read through some of the posts... I have Pulsatilla 60 -- is that the same as Pulsatilla 200? What is the difference between the two? Can she take the 60 instead? Any help would be greatly appreciated as she is already thin and doesn't need to lose any more weight!
  jkramos on 2007-06-11
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'diagnosed over the weekend at the ER' Get her to your family doctor soon!!
dougadam last decade
Arsenic 30 : 5 drops in half cup water 4 times a day for 3 days.
drprodip last decade
My son who is also 3 years old is suffering from the same symptons.

However the difference is since he has a cold & cough infection, Right now he is taking cefpodoxime antibiotic on doctors prescription...

he has taken Cefpodoxime earlier but this winter he is not eating at all & feeling nauseatic.

Seems to be Viral GI.

Can he take Arsenic -30 alongwith the antibiotic.

Dr. Prodip de.. Your esteemed opinin is requested.


Gautam Mukherjee.
Gautam last decade

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