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2 year old with frequent GI infection. Metrogyl, ondem and taxim prescribed. Suggestions?

my daughter is 2 years 10 months old. she is suffering with GI infection on regular basis. in last one month she was suffered 3 times. It was start with mucous and go upto liquid level. taken the local doctor suggestion but infection frequency is much higher as it is 3 times in one and half month. doctor rxs metrogyl suspension 4ml TID for 5 days, Taxim-o suspension 5 ml BID for 5 days, ecomorm sachet 1 sachet BID for 10 days, ondem syrup 6 ml before food for 3 days. now we are looking for your suggestion.
Asked On : Sun, 7 Apr 2013
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Hello,I have a feeling that she has taken a lot of medicines, Antibiotics by itself can cause diarrhoea as a side efffect.She has already taken metrogyl and taxim.I would probably do a stool test for ova.eggs and a culture for any microorganism.For trivial loose motion antibiotics is not advisable since most are viral.Zinc syrup for 10 days and possibly some probiotics ( econorm taken by your child) and rehydration with ORS would be enough for most loose motions.However if it still persist I would show her to a gastroenterologist ( pediatric if possible),thanks
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