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Infant having loose stools with mucus. Altered stool consistency after taking food. Gave Bacigyl. What food can I give him?

My 8 months old son is suffering from loose bowel movements from yesterday. The first stool was as usual, the next 3 were white ones with mucus . The situation was better for a few hours because he was sleeping for some time and didn t take any proper food during that period. Later I gave him Cerelac Wheat Apple in the night, then his stool was black in color with some visible granules which appeared like worm . I gave him 10 ml of Bacigyl-N and he didn t pass any stool till today noon. However, he is vomitting occasionally inbetween feedings. What should I do now? Should I continue Bacigyl-N till his vomitting stops? I don t know what food to give him. Please help. I gave him ragi in the morning.
Asked On : Thu, 9 Aug 2012
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thanks for the query
your baby is suffering with some intestinal infection please i suggest you to provide him with massed banana and do not give milk with sugar and i suggest to any good homeopathic physician who can handle your child very well as homeopathy has no side effect and easy for baby to take so go head homeopathy will change the environment of infants intestine and worms will not grow there
Answered: Thu, 9 Aug 2012
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