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2 month old with loose stools since birth. Stool test done. Any home remedy?

Doctor, My niece is 2 months old and since her birth she is having loose motion and doing it around 30 times in a day. We took her to child specialist and then he is giving 2 injections per day to her and done with stool test . He said some problem is in stool so he gave one milk powder and again to go for stool test for cross check. BUt unfortunatly after 2 inijection per day also she is not improving and we are worried about her. Request you to pls suggest us what other remidies we can do at home? Regards, Sandeep Saini 0000
Asked On : Mon, 25 Feb 2013
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
Hallo, Sandeep,
If your baby is Lactose Intolerant , she may have dirrhoea , sometimes green, frothy acidic stools, tummy pain and an irritable baby who may pass gas often.
If a baby is Lactose intolerant, the medical tests , such as Lactose - hydrogen breath test , lactose tolerance test , and stool pH test can help diagnose properly.
Give AMOI ODU PASHMA mixed with 2 drops of half-boiled lemen juice.
Give pure honey 2 drops + half-boiled lemen juice 2drops.
Continue this upto normalize,
Answered: Mon, 25 Feb 2013
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Ayurveda Specialist Dr. Phool Chander 's  Response
Butter milk (lassi) 1 tsf 15 min before feed.
pomegrenate (Anaar) peeling finely powdered or crushed (if using fresh peeling) 1/4 tsf with honey.
Baby may be having Lactose Intolerance means sometime baby is not able to digest milk sugar properly due enzyme deficiency (in such case all milk products including buttermilk should be avoided. )
I don't think injections are needed at first hand for loose stools. If ur doctor is not MD or DM or DNB in Pediatrics he may be a quack abusing injections (It is common in india that a doctor becomes self proclaimed child specialist). If he is MD or DM or DNB pediatrics, follow him carefully, nobody else should interfere with treatment (including me).
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