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My 5 months baby has RBC, pus cell,motile bacteria, vegetative cells in stool. Suggest me the treatment

my babys (5 mth) stool analysis shows pus cells 8 10 hpf RBCs 1 2 hpf others Motile Bacterial Seen and Vegetables Cells Fibers Present Fiber what does it mean My baby is 5 month old. Her stomach is upset. We consulted a doctor and was suggested to go for stool test. We got the stool test done and following is the result which is highlighted: Pus cells: 8 - 10/hpf RBCs: 1 - 2/hpf Others: Motile Bacterial Seen (+++) Vegetables Cells & Fibers: Present (+) Fiber Since the report says, Abnormal results are highlighted (the above mentioned), i want to know how bad is the situation? What could be given to the baby to get the results to normal? The consulted doctor prescribed the following: Taxim-O / C-Tax-O Drops 2.5ml twice daily for 5 days Nutolite Drops 2.5ml twice daily for 5 day
Asked On : Mon, 7 Mar 2011
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Pus cell in stool and other findings of the test is normal and common finding in children.If otherwise normal there is nothings to worry. the medication is not useful rather use it may cause Antibiotic Induced diarrhoea .

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