Treatment For Diarrhea Accompanied By Vomiting?

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good night … from my ankle I diarrhea. age 2 years. accompanied by vomiting jg. 4x. my bru ksh OBT mncret sja.hruskh dBW k hospital. approximately obty p. hrs d rwt g y. mdh2n g. thanks.

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There are complaints of diarrhea and vomiting in pediatric patients aged 2 years, the risk of causing bodily fluids to come out so that the risk of causing dehydration. If the balance of fluid entering the body and the fluid that comes out due to vomiting-diarrhea is not maintained properly, then the risk of dehydration of children can occur. So that maintaining the balance of milk and / or water intake and ORS is expected to be able to prevent the risk of dehydration or lack of fluids. To try to maintain a child's body fluid balance, and reduce complaints of vomiting, you can give ORS or warm white water little by little but given more frequently or every 30 minutes or every child needs additional fluids.
Some of the conditions below are triggers of diarrhea or diarrhea, such as:
1. Food poisoning
2. food allergies
3. food intolerance
4. virus infection
5. parasitic infestation
6. digestive enzyme disorders
You should visit or consult directly with the family doctor
you or your child's doctor. In direct consultation, the doctor can conduct direct interviews, physical examinations and supporting examinations. The results of the examination will be a reference for doctors to provide care and direct treatment. So that your child's condition can recover soon, avoid the risk of dehydration, and eat and drink more comfortably. If the doctor's examination results show that the clinical condition is good enough to be done outpatient, then the doctor will seek outpatient care for your child. However, if your child's clinical condition is weak or dehydrated, then the doctor can plan treatment in hospital to return the body fluids and the general condition of your child. As such, I cannot provide treatment without direct examination and cannot decide whether hospitalization is necessary or not.
Some of the signs of risky dehydration that become a concern and require immediate recovery are
1. drier lips and oral cavity
2. the frequency and number of urine is reduced than usual
3. reduced skin turgor or elasticity
4. eyes begin to concave
Thus the info we can convey.
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