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Infant having dark green stools with yellow seeds, blister on the scrotum, had change in formula food

Clear raised blister on my almost 2 month old baby s scrotum . No fever but had a little bit of a diaper rash that I put diaper rash cream on and it s now gone. The bubble or blister however is still there. Also a day ago his poop was runny and darkish green I m not too sure if it s because I started giving him a different formula but then switched it to the same one. Yesterday morning he had a bowl movement and it was still the darkish green but it had specks of yellowish seeds in it. He hasnt had a bowl movement since.
Asked On : Thu, 3 May 2012
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Dear user,

The blister is most likely a skin boil and may need application of a local antibiotic cream. If it has pus, it will need to be burst under medical supervision. His stools are a minor problem as of now and will need only to be observed, as their frequency is normal and the child is not dehydrated, feverish or in pain.

= Dr. Taher
Answered: Fri, 14 Jun 2013
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