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2 year old child, loose stools, pus cells in stool, fever, vomiting. Home remedies?

my 2-year old toddler is suffering from frequent loose bowel movement . it was seen that it is positive with pus and blood occult. she s teething right now. she s also suffering from fever . she was given prescrisptions by the doctor but the problem is she don t want to take any medicine because it will cause her to vomit and don t want to eat any either even her milk. she only ask for water most of the time. are there home remedies that i could prepare for her to cure her present condition? what are the right foods to give her to stop or lessen her poop urgency and make her stool become firm.
Asked On : Fri, 5 Oct 2012
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if the stool is positive for occult blood and pus cells then it is suggestive of some infection.So try to give the medicines prescribed by the doctor.
Loose stools following viral infection will be more watery and in this case no medicine is necessary other than giving only enough fluids with oral electrolytes.The right food at this time will be some bland food easily digestible and plenty of fluids.All the best
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