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Blood in motion

Hi, Mu daughter who is aged 3 had a bit of blood in her motion today, this is the 1st time we have notice this.My husband said it was a grey looking colour as well.
Asked On : Sat, 19 Jun 2010
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Hi..Mrs.Dawn rispin..
welcome to HCM...
Don't worry about this....,
It is common in this age...
You said first time ...that means , it coulbe Bacillary dysentery.., Hence.........
1) don't stop oral intake, give plenty of oral fluids, replace fluidity by giving oral rehydraton therapy..
2) treat the infection by giving norfloxacin and metronidazole combination syrup..5 ml two times daily...
3) recommend anal hygiene ....
4) if pain abdomin is there, give antispasmodic syrup ..,Dicyclomine hydrochloride ( cyclopam) any how consult once children specialist to ruled out any other pathology...ok. good luck
Answered: Thu, 20 Oct 2011
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this is not a good sign so better if you can take her for check up ............dont worry
Answered: Sun, 20 Jun 2010
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