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Small child, fever, ear pain, cold, cough. Taking febrex plus, bactoclav. Due to teething?

Hello doc, My baby boy is 6 months old now...he was having fever and ear pain suggested by doc here i gave him febrex plus and bactoclav and for cough & cold levolin syrup too...nw he is suffering from fever and loose motion what medicine shd i give him...everbody saying its bcoz he is begin to stand or to come teeth ....pls help
Asked On : Mon, 10 Dec 2012
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What is the frequency of loose stools?
Bactoclav antibiotic can produce loose stools. Or everything might be due to a virus.

Be sure he drinks well and does not get dehydrated.
If he is on breast feeds, continue with that. Give him vegetable soups/ curd/ mashed potato/ mashed banana/ rice based food etc.
Curd will be beneficial as it has probiotic bacteria naturally.
Give him probiotic sachets like Econorm- about 1/2 sachet twice a day for 5 days.

These probiotics will be beneficial in both viral and antibiotic induced diarrhea.
We doctors do not believe teething or any mile stones produces diarrhea.

Hope my answer helps you.
Wish your son a speedy recovery.
Answered: Tue, 11 Dec 2012
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