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Small child, having loose motions, watery green stools. Taking lactogen-2 milk. Treatment?

My 9 months running baby having loose motion , stool totally green water. now her 1 teeth is coming outside. Most of the time she drinking Lactogen-2 milk. For the green loose motion I already gave her homeapathy medicine, coconut water, green banana, but no improvement. So want to know green color stool indicate which disease & what type of food i will give her this time?
Asked On : Wed, 15 Aug 2012
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your baby seems to have GI infection and secondary lactose intolerance.
Syp. Septran can be given to your baby for the subsidence of GI infection.
this should clear up the infection. you did not mention about what complementary feeds are you giving the baby.
No specific food is required. if possible it is better to give reduced lactose feeds till infection subsides.
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Answered: Wed, 15 Aug 2012
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