2mos baby w/ diarreahMy baby was suffering from diarreah for 5days now. Lab result shows that she had drank bad / spoiled milk. Sghe was then given antibiotic and suspension - that was 3 days ago but until this moment nothing seems to change w/ her bowel movement. We became more careful in cleaning her bottles and started to give her 'pedialite' water. We used to use comm'l distilled water. Anymore advice?
Ysobel on 2006-01-30
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♡ deoshlok last decade
Age: 2mos 10 days old
Complain: Diarreah now 7days
Medicine: first five days METROLAG & TRYCIN
Latest (since 2days): Nifuroxazide Ercefuryl & Metronidazole Flagyl
Also I give pedialite water Salt-45 in small oz every after pooh.
SYMPTOMS: : started as yellow & watery, 2nd lab is soft greenish with blood
FAMILY BACKGROUND: ?
QUALITY OF PATIENT: Active, Playful Tantrums (crying) when stomach pain attacks mostly longer in the evening from 6pm lasts 4 hrs before falling asleep. Pooh almost every after feed.
NATURE OF WORKING: ? I dilute her milk by the way (Instead of 2scoop to 4oz now 1 scoop to 3oz every 2hrs or when demanded)
MIND BEHAVIOR : Baby seems healthy & fine except for her diarreah
Ysobel last decade
tbarbie last decade
You'll have to double check on this, but I believe 99% of the beneficial bacteria in a babies GI tract is Bifidobacterium bifidum, if so this is the type you should add.
Diarrhea can be a normal part of the body's way to clear out infection, and antibiotics cansometimes cause it. So she may be experiencing new diarrhea from the antibiotics.
Dehydration is much worse than diarrhea. Make sure she is getting enough fluids!!!
Some people might suggest you switch to a soy-based formula if you are using a milk-based one. This might slow the stools down (because of the fiber). Careful though, soy as well as milk are common allergy foods.
If she runs a fever with diarrhea, or isn't drinking enough fluids, GET HELP ASAP.
Change her diaper as often as possible, and let her go without whenever possible. Lay her on a cloth diaper or towel and air dry her bottom. Don't use wipes during diarrhea. Use a lukewarm soft,washcloth, and use only once per change.
Use some kind of gentle diaper cream when not air drying.
Oatmeal baths are great for rashy bottoms. Put a cup of rolled oats in a long sock you don't have a match for. Tie in a knot and put in while running bathwater. Squeeze sock periodically until you get the water milky. Soak.
P.S. No, I'm not a doctor. I'm a mother of 2, aunt of 7, and an older sibling of 5. I only know a little bit about babies.
Hope this helps.
WNCGirl last decade
Did Dr.s tell you why stool was bloody? Is is still bloody with antibiotics? If so, you should talk to somone about it.
Average diarrhea can last from 5-7 days.
Viral diarrhea is most common from Nov. to May in N. Hemisphere.
Antibiotic diarrhea will last as long as the antibiotic is taken.
DO NOT LET HER GET DEHYDRATED. MAKE SURE SHE HAS PLENTY OF PEE DIAPERS A DAY.
WNCGirl last decade
Ysobel last decade
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