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What causes loose motions and dullness in a baby? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 29-Dec-2013
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User:Hello doctor
User:i have one query regarding my 6month old baby
User:she is having loose motions from 10 days..starting 5 days she was passing motion in dark green color(watery), after taking the pediatician suggestion we given her Bifilac and Magnor syrup..after tht she started passing the motion in yellow color...but it also very watery
User:from 2days doctor changed the medication. now we are giving her Satrogyl-O and PROWEL dry syrup, 5ml each twice a day
User:the problem is..still she is having the loose motion and from yesterday onwrads she is not sleeping and drinking milk properly
User:twice she vomitted everything...and cries a lot
Doctor:what is your Pediatrician's opinion
User:yesterday night onwards this problems started and our pediatrician will be avaialble only in the i am asking over here
User:my baby looks very dull from yesterday
Doctor:It would be better if I know your Pediatrician diagnosis
Doctor:otherwise there are a lot of serious and non serious conditions presenting this way
User:it is Satrogyl-O and PRO-WEL dry syrup
Doctor:Yeah thre are numerous conditions that we give the same drug
Doctor:Is your pediatrician available over phone
Doctor:They are antibiotics and some enzymes
Doctor:Since the baby is dull and vomited it is better to see at an Emergency
User:no pediatrician will nt be avialble over phone
Doctor:IF your pediatrician is available over phone you can talk to him before you go to emergency
Doctor:Since he is not I would suggest you to see at the Emergency and check
User:ok doctor...thank you
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