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Infant having mucus in the loose stools. Given neupeptine and enterogermina. Need further medication?

Hi My daughter is having loose motion with mucus for the past 3 days. she passes stool(little solid and watery too) for at least 5/6 times a day including late night. She is now 10 months old. The medicines which i am giving her is Neupeptine & ENterogermina. Do she need any other medicine or what shall i do. she has taken 3 mini bottles of ENterogermina till morning today but no positive indication yet. Pls suggest.
Asked On : Thu, 23 Aug 2012
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Pediatrician 's  Response
Feb 2013
Your child is having gastroenteritis. You can give enterogermina orally once or twice daily and the most important is oral rehydrating solution which should be given sips by sips in equal amounts to the losses of water and electrolytes in loose stools. Oral rehydrating solution will correct,maintain and prevent dehydration in children with diarrhea and consult your Pediatrician for the assessment of your child and further need for any specific antibiotic therapy.
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