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Green stools with mucus and froth, breastfed and cerelac

my son is having green stools with mucous n froth.he is a healthy child but sometimes these stools occur n he becomes weak.y do they occur i eat normal food he is on breast feed n lactogen1 n even i started cerelac wheat for him.
Asked On : Mon, 19 Mar 2012
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Hello ,
Welcome to Healthcare magic forum.
Green stools with mucus and froth may occur commonly due to the following reasons,
1.Infection or gastroenteritis either viral or bacterial.
2.Any medications given to baby or mother.
3.Food intolerance or allergy either to formula or any protein in maternal diet.
4 Hypermotility of gut, or other digestion and absorption problems.
In order to confirm the cause you may consult a pediatrician for a thorough evaluation and investigation like stool routine and culture tests.
Even in healthy children repeated diarrhoea can cause malabsorption and hamper the growth and development.
Hope I have answered your query.
Wishing your son good health forever

Answered: Mon, 19 Mar 2012
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