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Baby, loose motions soon after eating, taken Al 110, diarrhea, not teething well

My 7 month old baby has loose motions soon after eating, but some times his motion is normal. We had been to doctor who adivced to change to AL 110, when has diaherra, but nothing has helped. He passes motion 6-8 times a day, but until 6 month he used to pass motion only twice a day. He not teeting as well. Please help. Thanks!
Asked On : Mon, 7 May 2012
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SOME TIMES DUE TO GASTRO COLIC REFLEX A BABABY PASS STOOL SOON AFTER FEED.
THE AMOUNT MAY NOT BE MUCH .NOTHING TO WORRY ABOUT IT ,
IF THE WATER CONTENT IS TOO MUCH ,CONSULT PAEDIATRICIAN. G I INFECTION TO BE RULED OUT .

SBREAST FEEDING IS THE BEST.BOTTLE FEEDING MOSTLY GET INFECTION UNLESS CRITICAL CARE IS TAKEN REGARDING STERILITY OF THE BOTTLES ETC.
BESIDES MILK BABY WILL BE TAKING OTHER FOODS BY THIS TIME .CONSULT WITH YOUR DOCTOR AND DISCUSS .
HOPE YOUR BABY REMAIN HEALTHY .
Answered: Sun, 20 May 2012
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