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11 months baby,vomiting often

Discussion in 'Infants' started by seetha, Sep 30, 2006.

  1. seetha

    seetha New IL'ite

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    hi
    my sister-in-law have 11 months baby.she had c-section.and she had diabetes while pregnancy.
    now the quest is abt the baby.she used to visit doctor twice a month for any reason like vomiting, fever, cold,etc., she used to vomit all medicine from her 1st month.after taking any drops she used to vomit all foods wtever she intake.
    2 days back she got continuous vomiting. and we admitted her in hospital.now she had 3 bottles of trips.after that doctor asked to feed her, she refused to take mother milk, nestum, kanjee.and now she had high fever.we get so scared and worried about her.she become very lean now. temperature used to become high and low.
    now fever becomes low. doctor asked to discharge tomorrow.

    doctor told that she had urinary infection.
    pls friends advice and help me the following concerns,
    1.why she is very weak from her birth?
    (my sister-in-law feed her upto 6 months.now also she is feeding with other supplements)
    2.i feel she had low immunity power?if is it right? why? what is the reason?what we have to do to increase her immunity power?
    3. wht things we do to make her healthy?

    4.what to do to avoid urinary infection?
    thanks for reading this long message.sorry too, because i have to explain her in full.
    thanks in advance, pls reply me soon.i am waiting for all of ur valuable suggestion
     
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  2. Ushakrishnan64

    Ushakrishnan64 Silver IL'ite

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    Dear Seetha,
    I can understand your anxiety. I suggest you consult a good Paediatrician (Child Specialist) who will check and suggest suitable diet for the child. I can suggest a good Child Specialist in chennai, who I know for 30 years now. In Bangalore, my nephew is a Child Specialtist.
    If your sis-in-law lives in any of these two places, then I can give you the contact number.
    Regards
    USHA KRISHNAN
     
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    thanks

    hi usha krishnan,
    thank u for ue reply.
    my sister-in-law was staying in our native.but we are in chennai.so give the phone number of Child Specialist in Chennai. We make her to come here and consult the doctor. and it is useful for me also, i am having 2 and half months old child.
    thank u once again
    seetha.
     
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    Dear Seetha,
    Doctor's name: Dr.Sarojini Raman
    Seethapathi Clinic
    Next to Swagath Hotel, Royapettah

    I will try to get you the phone number soon.

    Regards
    USHA
     
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    Good doctors in chennai

    Hai,

    There r very good doctors in Chennai.
    1.Vijaya health care..........Dr.Kumar....Vadapalnai......24730856
    2.Child trust hospital...Dr.Deepa Hariharan.....Nungambakkam.
    3.Appollo cilnic...Dr.Deepa Hariharan.....Annanagar......26224504.
    4.Mohans clinic..........Annanagar....26213017....T-29,3rd Avenue,Chennai-40.appnt by person and phone
    5.Dr.Manohar..........Annanagar.C-35,2nd avenue,Annanagar,Chennai-40.appnt by person.

    By my experience they are the best doctors and they give good medicine.

    Hope this info would help you.
    :) Sridharvijji....:wave






    my sister-in-law have 11 months baby.she had c-section.and she had diabetes while pregnancy.
    now the quest is abt the baby.she used to visit doctor twice a month for any reason like vomiting, fever, cold,etc., she used to vomit all medicine from her 1st month.after taking any drops she used to vomit all foods wtever she intake.
    2 days back she got continuous vomiting. and we admitted her in hospital.now she had 3 bottles of trips.after that doctor asked to feed her, she refused to take mother milk, nestum, kanjee.and now she had high fever.we get so scared and worried about her.she become very lean now. temperature used to become high and low.
    now fever becomes low. doctor asked to discharge tomorrow.
    doctor told that she had urinary infection.
    pls friends advice and help me the following concerns,
    1.why she is very weak from her birth?
    (my sister-in-law feed her upto 6 months.now also she is feeding with other supplements)
    2.i feel she had low immunity power?if is it right? why? what is the reason?what we have to do to increase her immunity power?
    3. wht things we do to make her healthy?
    4.what to do to avoid urinary infection?
    thanks for reading this long message.sorry too, because i have to explain her in full.
    thanks in advance, pls reply me soon.i am waiting for all of ur valuable suggestion [/quote]
     
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    doctors in chennai,Bangalore

    Theres one doctor Meenakshi who is in Adyar, who is exceptionally good. Her No is 224404230.
    My son was also a vomiting baby, he used to vomit 5-6 times a day when he was just 1 month old. I was in Bangalore at that time, one Dr.SantoshKumar in Indiranagar used to treat him at that time, even he is very good, He is available in Amarjyothi nursing home in b'lore
     
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    Dear seetha,
    Urinary tract infections is a common problem with a girl child, a child tends to have fever, vomittings and looses appetite. The most common prob being the proximity of the urethra and the anus. while cleaning the bottom of the child, make sure u go above downwards. there are other causes of UTI too which have to be ruled out by doing a series of investigations. Once the infection is under control she will regain her appetite, so don't worry. Meet a paediatrician and get her investigated properly.
    regards
    Arshi.
     

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