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my baby girl is 20 months and she has 9.5kg weight. Since birth time she is gaining weight very slowly. After one year she attacked first conversion. After Five months she gets second. When she gets conversion her eye balls hanged left side and she jerk her body . At the time of conversion she has a high temperature. At every time as per docs prescribed Frisium 1/2 tab for 3 days. I want to know what will be the reason for this? What should I do at that period when she gets conversion? Is there any side effects from Frisium? Looking for your advice.
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