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1,250 Possible Causes for Lethargy, Poor Feeding

  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    […] necessary if upper respiratory infection is severe and causes significant dehydration , respiratory difficulty with poor oxygenation ( hypoxia ), significant confusion , lethargy[] Symptoms may include: runny nose or mucus blocking the air passages in the nose congestion cough and hoarseness mild fever, usually less than 100 F poor feeding rash How is[] […] respiratory infections are one of the most frequent causes for a doctor visit with varying symptoms ranging from runny nose, sore throat , cough , to breathing difficulty, and lethargy[]

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    Patients with Salmonella infection frequently presented with fever, lethargy, bloody stool, and elevated serum level of C-reactive protein (CRP); norovirus and rotavirus infection[] Poor feeding (in infants) Unintentional weight loss Excessive sweating Clammy skin Muscle pain or joint stiffness Who is at risk for acute gastroenteritis? Anyone.[] Give them appropriate anticipatory guidance regarding the need to monitor for urine output (at least one urination in 8hrs) and signs of true lethargy – for which they should[]

  • Meningitis

    However, in younger children, the signs may be far less specific and may include lethargy, irritability, and poor feeding.[] Lethargy or extreme irritability in infants.[] The infant may experience irritability, poor feeding and vomiting. As the infection progresses, people of any age may experience seizures.[]

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    Fever, lethargy, and poor appetite may indicate a urinary tract infection in these groups, but they may also be signs of something more serious.[] In babies, the most common signs include fever, irritability, vomiting and diarrhea, poor feeding, and failure to gain weight, but most babies will just have a high fever[] Symptoms may include: In babies: Fever Abdominal pain Abdominal fullness Foul-smelling urine Poor growth Weight loss or failure to gain weight Irritability Vomiting Poor feeding[]

  • Propionic Acidemia

    The condition causes lethargy and striatal degeneration with motor impairment in humans. How propionate exerts its toxic effect is unclear.[] A new case of propionic acidemia is presented, paying special attention to the early symptoms of this disease, such as increased drowsiness, muscular hypotonia, poor feeding[] Neonatal-onset propionic acidemia (PA), the most common form, is characterized by poor feeding, vomiting, and somnolence in the first days of life in a previously healthy[]

  • Isovaleric Acidemia

    Isovaleric acidemia (IVA) is characterized by periodic vomiting, lethargy, coma, ketoacidosis and a 'sweaty feet' odor.[] This report concerns an infant who presented at 10 days of age because of lethargy, poor feeding, hypothermia, cholestasis, and thrombocytopenia, leukopenia, and profound[] Clinical features of IVA include poor feeding, vomiting, lethargy, developmental delay, metabolic acidosis, and a characteristic "sweaty foot" odor.[]

  • Hyperornithinemia-Hyperammonemia-Homocitrullinuria Syndrome

    […] of protein intake and supplementary administration of L-ornithine and L-arginine, the high concentration of ammonia decreased and the clinical signs of truncal ataxia and lethargy[] It is characterized by lethargy, poor feeding, vomiting, encephalopathy and liver dysfunction.[] Lethargy and coma are frequent at disease onset, whereas pyramidal dysfunction and cognitive/behavioural abnormalities represent the most common clinical features in late-onset[]

  • Hydrocephalus

    Symptoms can include vomiting, lethargy, headache, enlarged head or even seizures. There is no cure, but treatment may provide long-term relief.[] Infants with hydrocephalus presents with complaints such as poor feeding, vomiting, reduced activity and irritability.[] Manifestations can include enlarged head, bulging fontanelle, irritability, lethargy, vomiting, and seizures.[]

  • Urea Cycle Disorder

    While all of these symptoms may not be present, usually the baby will become very sleepy and irritable and will have feeding problems, including poor feeding and vomiting.[] Failure to thrive * Constant infant crying * Agitation * Hyperactive behavior * Self-injury * Screaming * Dislike of eating meat * Dislike of eating high protein foods * Lethargy[] High ammonia levels in the blood and brain cause irritability, poor feeding, vomiting, drowsiness and, in severe cases, coma.[]

  • Methylmalonic Acidemia

    Clinical considerations: Poor feeding, vomiting, lethargy, tachypnea Dehydration Metabolic ketoacidosis Hyperammonemia Hypoglycemia Referral: If signs are present or infant[] A 14 month-old boy presented with an acute generalized dystonia and lethargy preceded by fever, vomiting and lethargy at the age of 13 months.[] She had clinical signs of diabetic ketoacidosis such as dehydration, deep sighing respiration, smell of ketones, lethargy, and vomiting.[]

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