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Child passing stools after drinking milk. Given Walamycin and Carmicide. Foamy stools now

My four month baby doing motion after milk we consult ped. doctor they started Wallmycine and carmicide for 5 days motion get reduce but after stop the medicine it started again. My daughter motion some like foam. We have done stool culture , stool routine also , Doctor suggested 5 injection course but again for 5 day he started Wallmycine then by seeing stool routine report he started Digiplex and Carmicide for month and Nudy s syrup for 5 days after giving Nudy s syrup motion came in control but after we stop that again motion started like foam.
Asked On : Mon, 11 Feb 2013
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its dr vivek
one thing what i want to tell u is that baby used to pass stool after feed is normal process because of gastro-colic reflux .
second thing if your baby is feeding well and passing urine and gaining weight not to worries .
one possibility is there antibiotic at initially it was acute diarrhea and now this may be antibiotic associate diaarhea . but stool culture and Routine is normal so not to worries .
just give
syp zinc 10mg /day
add probiotic
continue breast feeding
Answered: Tue, 12 Feb 2013
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