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How many times did he vomit?
How is stool?
How is urine output?
Does he have any breathing difficulty?
Did you give any medicine now?
Please reply to those queries so that I can answer better.
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There is likely to be an infection in the throat.
Viral or bacterial infection can be there.
In high fever, there can be vomiting.
Infection can also cause it.
In case of frequent vomiting he can develop dehydration.
Please watch his urine output.
In dehydration it can decrease.
He needs an examination by doctor.
He can need a few tests like throat swab, blood count.
Please try to give oral rehydration solution like pedialyte, equalyte in sips.
In this way he can tolerate fluid & prevent dehydration.
Tylenol can be given for fever.
If you have any further query, please feel free to ask.
Sorry to delay the answers to your questions. He has vomited 3 times in the last six hours. He has not had a bowel movement today yet and urine output is minimal. No difficuty breathing. The only medicine so far has been Tylenol and Chloraseptic for the pain wben swallowing. His throat hurts so badly to swallow it is difficult to get him to drink. It seems the glands in his throat are swollen as well. Pending your hresponse I will start him on pedialyte.
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