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Abdominal Pain (Child)

Abdominal Pain (Child) - Symptoms

Abdominal Pain (Child) - How to prevent?

Abdominal Pain (Child) - Diagnosis

Abdominal Pain (Child) - Treatments

Abdominal Pain (Child) - Preparing for surgery

Abdominal Pain (Child) - Post-surgery care

Abdominal Pain (Child) - Other Information

​Consult your doctor when the following problems arise:

  • Any of the symptoms, e.g. pain, vomiting, diarrhoea, becomes worse within 12 - 24 hours.
  • Pain becomes localised (e.g. in the right lower abdomen as in appendicitis)
  • The pain is severe and lasts more than 1 hour
  • The pain is constant and lasts more than 2 hours
  • Abdomen becomes painful to touch
  • Abdomen becomes distended
  • There is fresh blood in the urine, stools, or vomitus
  • Stools becomes black, sticky, and foul smelling
  • Your child is unable to retain any fluid
  • Your child is lethargic
  • Vomitus is greenish in colour
The information provided is not intended as medical advice. Terms of use. Information provided by SingHealth

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