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2 month old child, passing sticky stools, blood in motion, less weight gain. Breastfeeding, stopped milk, nuts, wheat, soy. Food allergies?

My daughter is 2- month old and has been passing very sticky stools for a month now.she was also passing blood so doctor suspected food allergies - may be milk protein , nuts , wheat, soy. As I am breast feeding I stopped eating these items for a month now but there is no improvement in the stool consistency. In addition her weight gain is slow- she has gained 1lbs2 oz in a month. What do you suspect might be the cause?
Asked On : Wed, 4 Jul 2012
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the blood in stool may be due to some infection also .
breast feedin is the best.
the breast fed babies do not need even water to drink .
the water may be the source of infection .you need not change your diets .
please consult paediatrician.

get the stool examined including a culture/sensitivity test .
take treatment as required
Answered: Wed, 4 Jul 2012
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