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Infant having continuous diarrhea, stools with blood trace, stool test showed E.Coli, positive for reducing substance. Treatment suggestion?

Sir, my daughter is six month old and she had diarrhea problem for about 2 months. Her feed was changed from mother breast to Zerolac ( Lactose free). But, after 2 weeks of feeding, now, she is having a shade of blood in her stool for 5-6 days. It is very minute. We got her stool checked. Her stool test for reducing substance is positive two times in 1 month. There is also a mention about E. Coli (segregated) I in culture report. Now, what should we do?
Asked On : Tue, 24 Jul 2012
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Hi,an effective remedy for diarrhoea is the use of helps overcome harmful intestinal flora and re-establish the benign or friendly flora.the acid in the buttermilk also fights germs and bacteria.carrot soup is very supplies water to combat dehydration,replenishes sodium,potassium,phosphorus,calcium,sulphur and magnesium,supplies pectin and coats the intestine to allay checks the growth of harmful intestinal bacteria and prevents vomiting.starchy liquids such as arrowroot water,barley water,rice gruel and coconut water are highly beneficial in the treatment.they not only replace the fluid lost but also bind the stools.banana stops the blood in contains pectin and encourage the growth of beneficial bacteria.take care
Answered: Thu, 26 Jul 2012
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