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Infant having Allergic rhinitis and Constipation - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   hi
User :   my daughter is 27 months old
User :   and is under treatment for allergic Rhinitis
Doctor :   Ok
User :   some steroidal nasal sprays and inhalers like budamate etc
User :   and a tabletcalled montec LS Kids
User :   it has to continue for 1 month
Doctor :   Ok
User :   till now she was ok but from 27th she is also taking a cough syrup as she was coughing
User :   butthe problem is she is refusing to pass stool
Doctor :   Ok
User :   i think she had anintenal cut and she is so afraid no that even she gets motions feeling, she is not ready to take it out. she is creeming and doesnt want to sit at all
User :   day before yesterday I had given her dulculax insertion
User :   and she passed stool but withgreat difficulty
User :   but i dont want to make it a habit so didnt give it again
User :   but today also she wanted to do but didnt and started crying saying it hurts
User :   i also gave her livolux syrup since ysterday but still her stool ios hard
User :   so is there any medicine which will automatically make the stool soft and when that fear goes she will start doing normally
User :   i am giving her lot of fuids bhindi, papita and all other home remedies but its not helping...she wasnever like this now for 2-3 days she i snot passing stool
Doctor :   Does she pass blood in the stool?'
User :   no
User :   not in stool
User :   but yes blood while passing from teh cut may be
Doctor :   may i know what syrup was given for cough?
User :   ya sure just a sec
User :   terbutaline sulphate syrup( bricanyl)
User :   i also think its because of this as till last week she was fine
User :   can you suggest something?
Doctor :   May I know what type of diet is your daughter on?
User :   i am also applying cream ( specially for this purpose)
User :   probiotic milk, khichi with all vegetables, juices, oats and chikoo at night
User :   for past 2 days lady finger and papaya as well
User :   actually her wound / cut is not healing and since the stool is hard she is refusing to pass it as it hurts
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Let me brief you.
User :   please give me a remedy
User :   sure
Doctor :   There are few syrups such as lactulose syrup which are stool softeners and help in constipation.
Doctor :   You may use this syrup for aiding softening the stool.
User :   any particular brand ?
Doctor :   You may also need to include good amount of fibres in the diet
User :   yes i am giving teh same for past 2 days
Doctor :   Syp Lactulose is the brand name.
User :   livoluk syrup
User :   5 ml twice
User :   and other ointment for healing the cut area?
Doctor :   AAAAAAA products are products which are made up of dietary fibres such as malt.
Doctor :   You may use lignocaine ointments for applications for pain relief.
Doctor :   Application twice a day especially before passing stool is advised.
Doctor :   I would also suggest you to consult a doctor, if the symptom persist for physical examination.
Doctor :   Have you followed what I have suggested?
User :   yes thank you so much
Doctor :   Thanks for consulting me.
Doctor :   Bye for now.
User :   bye
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