According to World Health Organization (WHO), Diarrhoea
is the passage of 3 or more loose or liquid stools per day, or more frequently than is normal for the individual. I don't know the age of your baby, it may or may not be diarrhea according to his age / bowel habit.
However, what does it matter with the definition? If your baby is not getting dehydrated / any danger signs like shrunken eyes, dry mouth
, decreased urine output - he is safe. Feed him sufficient so that he doesn't get dehydrated. If he is still breast feeding, feed him frequently. Visit doctor immediately if any danger sign is there.
The stool report is OK. For Pus cells 3-4 / HPF - don't worry. Normal stool is slightly alkaline.
Acidic stool is common in gastrointestinal infection
) infancy and childhood. It may be due to the food habit of your baby. And diarrhea itself may turns the stool acidic.
Follow up the baby as your doctor advice