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My 3 year old daughter has biliary atresia and she's started complaining of tummy. She doesn't have a temperature in fact she feels very cool?

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Dr. Charles Vinocur
Surgery - Pediatric
3 doctors agree

In brief: Prob. constipatios

This can be a complex issue depending on whether your childhas a successful kasai procedure or not.
In general, the most common reason for tummy aches at this age is constitpation. However, if it continues, evaluation by your primary provider is the first step to decide the cause.

In brief: Prob. constipatios

This can be a complex issue depending on whether your childhas a successful kasai procedure or not.
In general, the most common reason for tummy aches at this age is constitpation. However, if it continues, evaluation by your primary provider is the first step to decide the cause.
Dr. Charles Vinocur
Dr. Charles Vinocur
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3 doctors agree

In brief: Visit your Pediatric

Bring her to your pediatrician for check up, because with the biliary atresia it's not only infection can cause the pain in the abdomen.

In brief: Visit your Pediatric

Bring her to your pediatrician for check up, because with the biliary atresia it's not only infection can cause the pain in the abdomen.
Dr. Ecaterina Sartina
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Dr. Charles Vinocur
Have your child seen
Dr. Troy Reyna
Surgery - Pediatric
2 doctors agree

In brief: Check up

Children by age three who have biliary atresia have had surgery and possibly liver transplantation.
If she is the one third with a successful kasai then pain could be from scar tissue or veidence of progression of disease. If she has had a liver transplantation the pain could be hints at rejection, either way prompt evaluation is needed.

In brief: Check up

Children by age three who have biliary atresia have had surgery and possibly liver transplantation.
If she is the one third with a successful kasai then pain could be from scar tissue or veidence of progression of disease. If she has had a liver transplantation the pain could be hints at rejection, either way prompt evaluation is needed.
Dr. Troy Reyna
Dr. Troy Reyna
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