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Child has watery stools, fever. Taken Metronidazole and PCm. What to do?

i have twin babies 18 months old now. one of them had grrnish watery motions accompanied by fever. Doc prescribed metronidazole and PCm. the fever has subsided but the motion continues to be frequent altough not as watery and greenish. the second one followed suit and had similar symptoms with high fever of 105 deg f. her ever is not there but frequency of motions are more. this is now 6 the day for first baby and fourth for second one. what is to be done now ?
Asked On : Thu, 18 Apr 2013
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this condition will ccur again and again
if you have added any other milk powder or liquid milk in addition t breast milk withdraw it
child needs mothermilk upto 2 years and no milk after
if you add milk before 2 years this condition usually occur
withdraw all milk and diary products if you has added to diet
can add other foods like juices soups cereals and vegetables
chil will have no such problem
this episode will g in one or 2 days with the medicines given by your dr
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