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Small child, stomach infection, green stools, loose motions. Can I give sporolac powder?

hello doctor, my baby is 9 months old. she had stomach infection 2 months back and passed green stools to start with and then after 3 or 4 days she had loose motions though the colour did not change. from then on she had been passing green stools now and then but not continuously. now from 3 days she has been passing green stools, can give her sporolac powder mixed in milk? or do u prescribe any other medicine? please advice
Asked On : Mon, 20 Aug 2012
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yes, u can give her sporolac powder before giving sporolac go for stool culture and routine examination to rule out the infection. if pus or bacteria come in stool report then we have to give antibiotic also with sporolac. u can also decrease milk intake substitute it with curd. khchirdi, banana. cerelac.
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