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Infant passing stools frequently. Prescribed taxim o and nutrline b. Advise - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 26-Mar-2013
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User:good afternoon sir
User:m daughter 1 and half yr ld
User:last week she was passing stools 6 to 7 times in semisolid
User:we took mtion routine in tht cells was 8-10
User:doctor tld t use taxim o and nutrline b for five days
User:till ystrday iwas using tht....she was passing 1 tme nly semi solid..
User:today mrning semisolid she went and just before half n hour again she passed tht i notice small amt of blood...not exactly whether which i noticed blood or not
User:plz help how to larify tht
Doctor:the only way to check if she passed bloood is via a stool test
User:and she is passing gas very frequently
Doctor:does it have foul smell in it ?
User:yes in gas it smells
Doctor:in that case, it is probably due to indigestion
Doctor:you should give her more of fruits and vegetables for some time
Doctor:reduce high carbohydrate content in them , and help her chew the food properly
User:her temperature is also nrmal....its necessery totke stool test
User:i can gve her XXXXXXX by steaming
Doctor:you can give her XXXXXXX banana and other fruits
Doctor:I would advice you to check her stools regularly
User:thank you doctor
Doctor:in case she has blood in it, then you can get the tests done
Doctor:U r welcome
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