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Is she able to keep liquid down?
Have you given any medicines to her?
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As per your description,possible differential diagnosis may include Gastroenteritis,Appendicitis,Urinary tract infection.
You should give her OTC children's Motrin/Tylenol.
Also do warm compresses on her abdomen.
Give her Pedialyte.
In case of severe pain then visit ER.
Hope this helps.
All her symptoms throwing up and severe abdominal pain of sudden onset need an evaluation to rule out acute appendicitis. Delay in removing it (surgery) may cause complications. Second common cause is gastroenteritis. That too may need a physical exam and some injectable antibiotics or intravenous fluids, if the symptoms persist. The primary aim is prevention of dehydration and electrolyte imbalance. If the diarrhea loss of fluids is too much or you are unable to drink enough liquids; she may need antibiotics and / or intravenous fluids. In that case she needs to got to ER.
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