I am very much stressed for the health of my 1 month 10days old Son.
Since birth,he is suffering from severe gas problem and loose motion.
We have taken him to the doctor and he is under medication from past one
month but still he is not well.The latest stool report indicates a a plenty of pus cell and
0.5% reducing substance.Doctor has given some antibiotics Ofloxacin and other medicines
enterogermina liquid.Even we have done a stool culture but no bacteria growth found. He is passing motion more than 10 times and it is very loose full of liquid.We dont know what to do.
Can you help i have had loose motion for years and it has really got me down of late ..... i haven't got the best diet in the world i am 40 and a little over weight is there any thing i can buy or foods to cut out of my diet..........
when i go to the toilet i wipe for ever and use half a toilet roll........
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