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Child having E.Coli in stools. Reason? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 28-May-2013
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User:gudafternoon dctr
Doctor:Good Afternoon
Doctor:Please proceed with your query
User:dctr my daughter is 1 and half year completed
User:we took stool test for her in tht OVA IS E.COLI
Doctor:0k
User:E.COLI++
User:WHT DOES IT MEAN DOCTOR
Doctor:Was it a routine stool test?
User:YES
Doctor:or is she suffering from some problem
Doctor:Why did the doctor ordered for stool microscopy?
User:SHE IS NORMAL having some rashes and motion is also 2 or 3 per day
Doctor:Ok where are the rashes? Any fever?
Doctor:Rash?
User:NO FEVER...NEARANUS
User:RASHES WAS THR
User:ACTUALLY WHT OVA MEANS
Doctor:Does she complain of abdominal pain, hard stool?
User:AND THT E.COLI
User:++
User:YA HER STOOL IS HARD
Doctor:Ova is part of the life cycle of an microbe like E Coli
Doctor:It is normal to have ova in the stool
Doctor:It does not necessarily mean a fulll blown infection
Doctor:Ova can be from some parasites like pin worm
Doctor:So usualy doctors prescribe anti worm medicines
Doctor:when they find ova
User:IS ANYTHG TO WORRY... VERY URGENT TO MOVE TO DOCTOR
Doctor:It is not urgent
User:BCOZ THS IS FIRST TME WE NOTICE IN HER
Doctor:No need to worryy
Doctor:As I said pediatrician generally prescribe anti worm medicines once every 6 month
Doctor:because babies put unclean food and particles in the mouth causng worm infetion
User:when her first year completed doctor gavr BANDYPLUS
Doctor:Ok
Doctor:I think you should not worry about this
Doctor:This is considered non serious
User:IS THT ALSO USED FOR SAMEPURPOSE
User:E.COLI ++ WHTS THT PLUS
Doctor:yes
Doctor:E Coli plus means that baccteria is present in the stool
User:ITS NORMAL FOR ALL KIDS??
Doctor:yes
User:THK U DCTR
Doctor:Do you have more questions?
Doctor:Did you follow
Doctor:Thankk you
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