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Infant with cough/ cold, took cap, got loose motions. Infection? Cure?

Helo, My baby is 3.5 month old she was ssufring from cold and cough we gave her saline water and cough syrup prescribed by doc but after she started recovering suddenly got loose notions they were watery now she is doing 5-6 notions a day but her cough had really got worsen how can i help her i am working so she is partially formula fed we give her lactogen just twice a day doc says it could be an infection how can i help her she is 5.3 kg s
Asked On : Sun, 10 Mar 2013
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Infectious Diseases Specialist 's  Response
Welcome to HCM
Viral infection is common in this age. Usually it settles down within 5 -7 days.
Give her regular feeding. Give fluid liberally whether it is breast milk or formula.
Look after hygiene of the bottle, as she is formula fed. If the child is active, playful, passing urine; then no need to worry about stool frequency unless it is very watery or blood tinged.
Hope it's clear.
Thank you so much
Answered: Mon, 29 Jul 2013
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