Thanks for the query
Pain abdomen in this age group is very common and most of the time it has been found that it is functional in origin. E. hyst. in stool suggests worm infestestion and most of the time bacterial flora found in stool are normal commensal of gut. Lymphocyte
61% is out of range. In Mantoux test
its not the redness
but the induration which is recorded and if induration is 20 mm then it is significant. Mesenteric lymph node of more than 1.5 cm is significant. But what one should also look for that there is any matting or not. Most of the time lymphadenpathy is just reactive one.
So I would suggest you to deworm and give one course of Ofloxacin
and watch for any weight loss
, rise in temperature and consult one pediatric gasroenterologist.
I hope this answers your query effectively