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Diarrhoea, test for infections and stool normal

hi, my daughter is nearly 4 yrs and it seems like everytime she eats it goes straight thru her and she has runny almost sometimes watery diarrea. This has has been happening for a few months now which it becoming worse it last month. Dont know whats best to do tried cutting things down but not sure how to do it. She also has been tested for infections and had stool samples all seem to be fine, but this dosnt seem normal to me , she can go upto seven times a day all runny. She also seems red down below and has done for months but g.p cant seem to find anything wrong. I am getting worried now as it just seems like shes constantly having diarrea and not keeping anuthing down, any suggestions would help.
Asked On : Tue, 1 May 2012
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Hi...first and her to a gastro specialist... till then give her a course of metrogyl and probiotics...fresh curds and bananas...lots of fluids and you may try tab lomotil...

Dr. Ashish Verma
Answered: Wed, 1 Jan 2014
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