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Infant has diarrhea post curing ear infection, blood in stool, green watery stools with black specs, redness over body. Conclusion?

I have a 17 week old son and for the past 12 days he has had diahrea. He was initially diagnosed with an ear infection and that has cleared up. Up before diagnose of ear infection diahrea started. He is having 6-9 loose watery stools everyday. We are waiting the results of stool cuture. Two days ago he had two streaks of blood in stool . Last night he had green watery loose stool and it looked like someone blew their nose it in and there were 3 black specs each the size of a pin head? Also this morning when feeding him his whole body from head to toe turned red and splotchy and as soon as it came on it was gone. What does this mean?
Asked On : Sun, 30 Sep 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
you are passing through milk allergy
as it involves one after one organ like skin stomach ears and chest
you stop additional milk
only breast feed and mother should stop milk and diary prducts
to confierm blood serum test for specific antibodies for milk
and post results
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