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Dr Maud MD is Dr Maud Meates-Dennis. She graduated from Otago University, New Zealand, with MB ChB (MD equivalent in North America).
 

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Martin Bellman and John Cash. Schedule of Growing Skills. NEFR-Nelson. ISBN 0 7005 1161 X
Mary Sheridan. From birth to five years. NFER-Nelson. ISBN 0 85633 074 4
 

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Last reviewed on 3 January 2016
 

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What are the side effects of Omeprazole in toddlers and infants?
The most common side effects of Omeprazole (Losec, Prilosec) in infants and toddlers are:
upper respiratory tract infections - read more
otitis media - read more
diarrhea - read more
In very rare instances, omeprazole can cause:
liver problems - see your doctor if your baby or toddler becomes jaundiced, has pale stools and dark urine
blood disorders leading to serious infection - see your doctor if your infant or toddler develops high fevers or is unwell
skin rashes - see your doctor if your baby or toddler develops nasty skin rashes or ulcers in the mouth
 

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