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Baby passing watery stools. On breastfeed, formula milk. Reducing substances found during stool test. Solution?

Hi Doctor, My baby is of 2 months old from last 7-8 days he passes the watery stool (4-5 times )with pain because he starts crying & feeling uneasy. He is on Breastfeeding as well as I am giving him Formula milk (Lactogen 1).Now I stop giving him Formula Milk from last 3 days but still he is facing the same problem. In the stool test Reducing substances is present. What should I do? Should I stop giving him Breast feeding Or Should I Stop Drinking cow milk.....
Asked On : Sun, 17 Mar 2013
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hello. many infants develop problem called " lactose intolerance" and develop loose motion. this is usually temporary problem. you can continue giving breast milk and can try some" lactose free formula'. also don"t give BOTTLE FEEDING . keep me posted about the progress of this problem.
Answered: Mon, 18 Mar 2013
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