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5mth old, had diarrhoea. Giving mixture of cerelac and rice with milk. Continue?

Hellow my son is 5 months and 1 week and i gave him nestle cerelac wheat and then rice because he was sick and had diarrhea so i switched to rice and i used to mix both together ... I was wondering if this is okay ?? Moreover is it okay to eat cerelac now while its written on it 6 months ??? Something else is that i read its mixed with milk 40 percent cow milk is this fine ??
Asked On : Sun, 16 Dec 2012
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Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.You were feeding your 5 months old child with Cerelac and Rice mixture after he had a diarrhea.Normally at the age of five to six month there is a change in Bacterial Flora of the intestines so you have to feed them with soup ,rice water,banana and avoid solid food.So withheld Cerelac for the time being and give him Oral hydration liquid to avoid dehydration and diarrhea is under control and start feeding gradually with Cerelac,Rice etc.You can consult some Pediatrician for proper schedule and food to be given at this age.
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