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Pyoderma and loose motions - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   Dr xxx here
User :   HI
Doctor :   Please proceed
User :   MY ONE YEAR OLD DAUGHTER IS HAVING PYODERMA
Doctor :   Since when is she having Pyoderma?
User :   SHE IS HAVING RED BUBBLES LIKE PIMPLES IN HER LEGS FROM LAST FOUR DAYS
Doctor :   Ok
User :   local doctor have adviced CEFADROXIL ORAL SUSPENSION AND MYPROCIN OINTMENT TO BE APPLIED ON THE AFFECTED AREA
User :   BUT AFTER TWO DAYS OF THE TAKING THE MEDICINE THOSE BIG PIMPLES APPREAS AGAIN AND IN MORE NUMBERS
Doctor :   Since it is a bacterial infection the medications prescribed are Antibiotic ointment
User :   SHE IS ALSO SUFFING FROM LOOSE MOTIONS
Doctor :   It takes about 3 to 5 days for the medications to be effective.
Doctor :   Also Pyoderma needs a long treatment.
Doctor :   It ism very important that you keep these blisters dry and do not put water in them.
User :   PLZ LET ME KNOW THE CAUSE OF THE DISEASE AND WHAT SHOULD WE CAN DO DOMESTICALLY TO CURE THEM
User :   what medication should be given to heal baaby's loose motions
Doctor :   It is caused by a bacteria called Staphylococcus
Doctor :   Is she having loose motions also
User :   yes
Doctor :   Keep her hydrated, give ORS solution and lot of fluids.
Doctor :   Give bland diet , if she is breast feeding continue with that
Doctor :   Do not force her to eat
Doctor :   Give ORS every half an hour
Doctor :   You can also give her mashed banana.
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