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What causes green stools and mucus in children ? How is it treated ?

My 4.5 months duaghter continuing 4-5 times green stool with mucus.From 8th June to 13 June she taken Eromycin medicine. May be this is antibiotic.Before taking this, her timing of stool was 10-12 times a day for two days.Now this is little green stool with greasy.She is taking breast feed and Milk of Nestle, salaine.Her weight approx 6 Kg.I am from Bangladesh. Is is alrming? What will be next? My 4.5 months duaghter continuing 4-5 times green stool with mucus.From 8th June to 13 June she taken Eromycin medicine. May be this is antibiotic.Before taking this, her timing of stool was 10-12 times a day for two days.Now this is little green stool with greasy.She is taking breast feed and Milk of Nestle, salaine.Her weight approx 6 Kg.I am from Bangladesh. Is is alrming? What will be next?
Asked On : Wed, 15 Jun 2011
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if she is taking her feeds as good as before,
if she is cheerful as she was before,
if she passes urine normally as before,
if she is having no fever,
then there is nothing to worry.
But if there are some changes, then consult paediatrician & take treatment.
Answered: Wed, 15 Jun 2011
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Dear Doctor:

With reference to your reply : we are not finding any major/minor abnormality. Urine is frequent. No fever. She is cheerful as usual.Feeding is also OK.
But Doctor my more questions: when her stool will be normal? is it part of normal activities? Why this is happened?
Any more general suggestions regarding her mum's food/guide line?

Sorry to disturb you.

Thanks

Md. Mahmud Hossain
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Cell: +8801711524488
Answered: Wed, 15 Jun 2011
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