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Baby passes frequent loose stools in the day, no improvement with power gyl. Stool test normal. Suggestion?

Hi Sir, my son is 18 months old and he generally do 4-6 times shit in the day for last one monts. some time like loose motion and some time ok, and quantity of shit is very very less. as suggested by child specialist i have given medicine Power-Gyl 3times a day, problem is not stable till now, he was gone through a Stool Test and repot is: 0-3 pus cells and R.B.C. is every thing normal. pls. suggest.
Asked On : Wed, 10 Apr 2013
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Sep 2013
Hi, Thanks for visiting the site H.C.M.C.
We are here to solve your problems.
4-6 times a days shit passing is some what irritable both for child and parent.
Please note that only stool is passing that too semisolid ( liquid) so not to worry as every tests have been done.
0-3 pus cells are normal.
In this case no medicine requires but dietary attention must be. If possible sterile water every time along with bananas ( not soft or hard) , rice curd.
If, still not in control give the child "PREBIOTIC & probiotics with zinc sachets) , as this is not a medicine but it will regulate the movements of intestine which causes loose motions in this case, because there is no chances of any infections.
Good luck and best wishes for your little chap.Dr. HET
Answered: Wed, 10 Apr 2013
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