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What causes continuous diarrhea?

my baby is 21 month old and she is suffering from diaria since more than 1 year her wieght and her size is not growing her wait is 8.5 killo i checked most doctors in the country but nothing new and no one knows what is going with her and also she is PKU case .

Asked On : Fri, 14 Mar 2014
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I really appreciate your concern, let me inform you something that passing the stool three to four time in day is normal one and it may not needs any treatment, and if the condition need to be rule out for any disease as long as the passing of the stool in concern then stool need to be sent for culture sensitivity test.
Some time it is the low mile stone that causes the slow growing scale in children, and it is not the disease condition, so need to worry about this because later or sooner you will find normal height and weight of your baby.
hope this information helps.
Answered: Mon, 17 Jul 2017
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