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Diarrhoea with bleeding due to viral infection - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help u
User :   hi
Doctor :   please proceed with your query
User :   my son now is suffering form diarrhea and his stool includes already 1 to 2 drops of blood. what is it?
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   i will help u in this
User :   my son is still 2 yrs and 6 months
Doctor :   can i ask few Q
User :   ok
Doctor :   since how many days
Doctor :   how many times per day
User :   3 days already
User :   3 to 4 times a day
User :   his stool is foamy and watery
Doctor :   is it watery and foul smelling
Doctor :   any mucus in the stools
User :   yes
User :   yes
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   is the kid active
Doctor :   feeding well
User :   very active and feeding well.doesnt have fever at all.
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   most cases of diarrhea in childrens is due to
Doctor :   virus - ROTA viral infection
Doctor :   and due to bad hygienic practises
Doctor :   i will give yu few medical tips

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