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Child having diarrhea post eating watermelon, taking antibiotic for ear infection. Usually passes stools once a day. Worrisome?

my son is 14months. He had watermellon for the 1st time last Wednesday. Friday, he pooped 5 times & he is only a 1 a day pooper. Saturday he pooped 5 times. Today is Sunday & he s already pooped 5 times. It s not runny, but mushy. He s also on a antibiotic for a ear infection . I m concerned he s pooping too much. It s like everything goes thru him.
Asked On : Wed, 23 May 2012
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Thanks for your query. We would have appreciated if you had mentioned the antibiotic which your son is having for his ear infection. At times the antibiotic can cause increased frequency of motion which is not watery as in your son's case. We would suggest that you discuss with doctor who has prescribed the antibiotic who shall guide you further. Water melon seems an unlikely cause for such a prolonged frequency of motion.

Wishing your son all the best.
Answered: Wed, 23 May 2012
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