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Child diarrhea and vomiting

My 2.5 year old has been vomiting and having watery stools for 3 days now.
Due to food poisoning.
She’s very weak and barely has any appetite.

She drinks well and is not dehydrated.
She has drank lots of coconut water.

Has loss a lot of weight.

I’m very concerned about the vomiting.
The watery stool seems to be stopping but the vomiting is quite frequent.
She has vomitted 5 times today.

I’m thinking of giving her arsenicum album.
What do you think?
  namn on 2018-04-15
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Yeah give arsenic alb 30 single dose. If vomiting persist then give her ipecac 30.
Nishat Parveen 4 years ago
Namn if she is the same child with pneumonia, then you need to have one thread covering her issues. Sometimes things can be connected.

In this case ars. alb does seem to be indicated but if it does not help give more details.
maheeru 4 years ago
Hello Maheeru,

Thank you for keeping up and for your concern.
I appreciate it.

I didn’t think it was connected since her big sister is also experiencing the same condition.
They ate the same thing that caused this diarrhea.

I will start with the ars alb 30 and update her progress.
Thank you.
namn 4 years ago
Thank you, Nishat.
I will now start with ars alb.
namn 4 years ago
How was she?
Nishat Parveen 4 years ago
She has recovered from her diarrhea.
Thank you for following up.
Appreciate it. :)
namn 4 years ago

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