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Child having frequent urination with pain. Struggling for bowel movement with white mucus, blood. Remedy?

My 5 year old daughter is complaining it hurts to urinate and has been attempting to go frequently. She says she feels like a bowel movement is necessary but doesn t suceed. Her past few attempts i noticed a shade of red in the toilet so i wiped her to check and there was a thick white mucus with blood in it. I originally assumed it to be a urinary tract but with her struggle to have a bowel movement im not so sure.... She also was on Tamiflu last week and became very depressed so i just recently stopped giving her those meds.
Asked On : Thu, 21 Mar 2013
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your child probably has urinary tract infection and bacillary or amoebic dysentery..
see your paediatrician for the complete blood count, urine examination, and stool examination.. the child need antibiotics based on the culture and sensitivity report, ORS, probiotics..
all the very best.
Answered: Sat, 27 Jul 2013
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