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Loss of appetite

Dear sir. My son 7years and 9months old he has lost his appetite since last 20days. There is no other problems he is active,and does not complains of any pain or tiredness .. But he has become very thin Got all test including blood and urine done but reports are all normal. His present weight is 25kg,earlier it was around 26kg. And height is 126cm. Please suggest some medicine for his appetite thanks in advance.
  ranveers on 2015-10-14
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did he expose to extreme heat recently?
Or to any unfavorable environment?
are observing any psychological changes in him ?
gaintrox 6 years ago
Sir... No such environmental change he was exposed. But the temperature of the place we live is the quite warm , presently day time it goes to 35/36degrees.

Not sure about the fact he might have exposed to sun in the .
ranveers 6 years ago
No psychological change observed
ranveers 6 years ago
give him IPECA 6c or 12c 4 times a day in interval of 3 hour for two days and report back.
gaintrox 6 years ago
Two days medicine given but no improvement in appetite.. One second day morning he vomited also. Please advice
ranveers 6 years ago
stop ipca and give hime only one dose of GELSEMIUM 30c and wait for a day .
gaintrox 6 years ago

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