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What medicines can be given for a 25 day old baby that is suffering from loose motion ?

Hai Doctor , My relative 25-20 days baby suffering with daily 6 to 8 times going to water motion .so what type of medicine (Syrup) required for the treat of motion . Please give reply to as soon as possible. Naresh.nunna
Asked On : Thu, 25 Aug 2011
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Orthopaedic Surgeon 's  Response
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Let the mother continue breast feeding. If there is no improvement and the baby not feeding properly and weak, he should be taken to Hospital for IV fluids. There is no antibiotic as this is usually viral infection.
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Nephrologist Dr. Rakesh Madhyastha's  Response
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idont understand why the heading is 'heart problem' and u are asking about loose motion.
Anyways u can take ornidaxole syrup twice daily along with plnty of water, u should make sure the baby does not become dehydrated.
See a pediatrician if it worsens.
Have a healthy living
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