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Baby having loose motions with fever, gave antibiotics, fever subsided. Any medicine for loose motions?

my kid (9 months), has loose motions everyday 2 times. initially baby has fever and got loose motions.we used antibiotics prescribed by doctor. now fever got reduced, but loose motions are there 2 times every day! can you please suggest any thing? i mean can i use the medicin as it is ? or shall i go for any other else?
Asked On : Tue, 28 Aug 2012
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Hi dear your 9 month old child having loose motion and fever ,fever has subsided with antibiotic ,but loose motion 2 times a daily is still persistent.dear passing stool two times a day by baby of 9 month old is normal, and doesn't need any medicine,However loose stool, following infection will settle dawn in 2 to 3 days,if at all your child need anything ,it is only ORS.
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