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Loose motion of 3 month old baby

hello baby is about 3 months old....he had loose motion(watery) 4 to 5 times a day....consulted a doc n he prescribed some syrups n has asked me stop giving lactogen as well as breast feeding for few days..instead we give him Isomil n now loose motion has stoped....but now m not sure when to start breast feeding him???
Asked On : Fri, 11 Feb 2011
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Hi Welcome to Healthcare Magic....
Please madam , start breatfeeds and continue till 1-2 years of age.
Yeah few pediatricians suggest stopping breastfeeds , when child has loose stools , as the lactose content in the milk is known to have an osmotic effect and increases frequency of loose stools . secondly child with loose motions also has lactose intolerence which further adds up to loosemotions. So few recommend stopping breastfeeds during the episode of loose stools , but you can continue breast feeds once it stops .So Please continue breastfeeds ...The greatest and valuable gift a mother can give her baby is breast milk... Hope i was informative...
Answered: Sat, 26 Mar 2011
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