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What are the symptoms of URI ? How can it be treated ?

hi my son is 4.5 months he has difficulty to breath , very fussy, unsettled, has loss of appetite ,and has a bowl problem for the past week or so ( 3 days he had no bowl movements i think he was constipated and suddenly he had dairrhea example i changed his nappy 6 times today and it was all runny and dark green) we had a home visit from a doctor who said that my son has clear lungs no ear infection or throut infection but he may have URI, he didn t give me anything for it he also said my son has a weak muscles in the lower respiraory system . i want your advice do you think he has URI? what causes it? how can we treat it? and how cani help my baby s muscle get better and stronger?
Asked On : Tue, 1 Mar 2011
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URI is a common problem but is unlikely to cause greenish loose stools. For diarrhoea, you can give him pre and probiotics sachet and for URI, steam inhalation is the best and safest option.
Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Tue, 1 Mar 2011
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