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7 months kid having frequent bowel movement. Given enterogermina. It is safe to give aristozyme drops?

my son is 7 months old he has frequency of stools 6 to 7 times a day having semisolid sometimes watery sometimes yellowish sometimes greenish since 8 days ped gave enterogermina for 3 days told if it is not ok then do stool report becoz before 2 months he had a dysentry for which walamycin was given and it cured so now i think after every food he passes stool so it is safe to give aristozyme drops
Asked On : Sat, 21 Apr 2012
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Hello and Welcome to 'Ask a Doctor' service.

I appreciate your concern. No need to worry about this as most of the diarrhea are self limiting in pediatric age group, and no need to give any medicine for this even you have to stop all the medicines.

At the most you can try the "lyophilized Bacillus" powder form. This could help in natural course of disease, watch for the dehydration keep the kid well hydrated.

Hope this information helps you. Have a nice day.
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