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Discomfort, loose motions, vomiting since eating outside food, advised sporolac. Is it safe for the baby?

Hi Doctor My wife and my self had food from outside a day back... and since today morning she is having discomfort, loose motion and vomiting . We went to hospital and her gynec gave an injection and asked her to take sporolac for one day 3 times after meal. Just wanted to know if there is any side affect of the medicine to the baby or mother?
Asked On : Fri, 14 Dec 2012
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Thanks for writing your query to us.

SPORLAC protects the intestinal flora from the invasion of pathogens by producing lactic acid, which lowers the pH of the intestines and makes the surroundings inhospitable for the proliferation of pathogens. Thus it controls intestinal infections.Controls diarrhoea and normalises stool formation. It has no side effects can be safely taken by your wife. It will not have any sideeffect on the baby.
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