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Baby having loose motions, green colour stools, having pus cells, mucous in stools. Suggestions?

Hello Doctor, My baby is of 5 months. he is having loose motions from nearly 10 days, details are as follows, Baby was having loose motions and he was doing potty 5-8 times a day but stool color was green. 9-11-12: stool test report : pus cells- 10-15/hpf,mucus- present. Regards... Asish YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Tue, 13 Nov 2012
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Feb 2018
The history of Green stool Diarrhea with a report of 10-15 pus cells / hpf is indicative of an active infection.
Please consult a Pediatrician for a proper antibiotic and probiotic course.
Also get the stool culture and sensitivity test done , this will help if the routine antibiotic does not help as by that time you get the report.
See why is the baby is getting infection- problem with bottle sterilization / Waterborne diseases as the bottles are not properly cleaned by sterile water- may be done with the routine tap-water.

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