Child taken antibiotics for pneumonia. Now has green stools. No fever
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What is the cause of green stools ?
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What is the remedy for green stool?
Dear sir , I am madhusmita .I have a baby whose age is 10 months.She is suffering from Green Stool.I have already test her stool.Report is like Reducing sugar,which range 0.5,Puse sell 3-4 hfl .She doing latin 5 -6 times at a day.Her waight also 7kg.i am worried for her.Please sir pleasr help...
Mild fever, diarrhoea, green stool. Treatment?
Hi. I recently have a low grade fever (around 37C) for around 5-6days. A few days ago I had diarrhea and today I have green poop! In the morning it was green and just before my lunch I went to the toilet again and it was green too. I am really worried about my health as I am going to travel in...
INFECTIVE FUNGAL OR BOTH
THE GREEN STOL INDICATE FOR FUGUS INFECTION
NEED TO USE ANTIFUNGAL WEEKLY DOSE WITH METROGYL ANTACID SYP
WITH PLENTY OF FLUIDS WITH LOW PROTEIN DIETS AND NON OILY NON GREESY AND NON SPICY FOOD FOR FEW DAYS
I have had side pains and constipation frequently the kast 2 months, I have had bright green stool twice. First time for only 1 day, this time 4.
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I recommend you to drink plenty of water. Eat lots of fruits & vegetables. Add Ispaghol Husk to regular diet.
Test your liver function & at least have an abdominal ultrasound.
Please see a physician if this is not enough to solve your problem.
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