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Baby had loose motions. Test shows pus cells, bacteria, yeast cells present in stools. Give antibiotics?

my 13 months old boy got loose motion for 3 weeks.2st stool .exam shows no 2nd time was done and it shows PUS CELLS ++ bacteria +++ yeast cells ++ others normal stool pale yellow soft , I wanna know that I need to give him antibiotics? Now, I m giving bioflor 2 times per day.thanks so much and my email address is YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Sun, 16 Dec 2012
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Pediatrician 's  Response
Feb 2013
As your child is having gastroenteritis you continue probiotic and oral rehydrating solutions sips by sips in equal amounts of losses to prevent dehydration and to maintain hydration and consult your Pediatrician to examine your child hydration status and to start the antibiotic if it is required depending on clinican and stool investigation correlation.
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