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Infant having blood in stool. Stool test done. No bacterial infection. Normal biopsy report

hi i have a baby with three months old when she was at 20 days old she has red blood in her stool and her stool was very dark green so i took her to the hospital and make stool test there wasnt any bacteria neither in her blood test . and now her stool always change and still seeing blood , even the biobsy for the intestine was clear .what shall i do
Asked On : Sat, 15 Dec 2012
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Thank you for your query.
It is difficult to answer your question with such limited information. I need to know the exact age of the child and the diet she is on to give you a better answer. It she has frank blood in stool without constipation she might have a rectal polyp which will require colonoscopy. It she has occult blood in her stool and is on cow's milk..then she might have cows milk allergy. It she has constipation and passing blood per stool then her constipation needs to be treated. If she persistantly passes blood in stool she should be investigated properly by a specialist. Hope this helps you.Wishing her a speedy recovery.
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