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Suffering from loose motion

MY CHILD IS 12 MONTHS OLD.SHE IS HAVING 6-8 MOTIONS A DAY SINCE 8 MONTHS.I TRIED MANY DOCTORS BUT OF NO USE. CAN ANY DOCTOR SUGGESTS A SOLTION TO THAT.STOOL TEST HAS BEEEN CARRIED OUT BUT THE RESULTS ARE NORMAL.
Asked On : Fri, 11 Feb 2011
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Hello;
welcome to HealthcareMagic.
Since the stool examination report shows that the stools are normal it is usrely normal and your baby does not have any problems.Few points to remember are that :-
-a child can pass stools as many times as it takes feeding.
-if your baby is more than 8 months even teething can give rise to loose motions.
-if the baby is treated with any sort of antibiotics then also it can loose motions.
Presently if your baby has not lost weight or does not seem to be dehydrated then please don't worry as the loose motions are normal and they do not need to be treated.Just in case if you still want you can give your baby a probiotic like Nutrolin-B 5 ml twice a day for 5 days and she should be fine.
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Answered: Mon, 1 Aug 2011
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