2 months old baby

Question: In my babys stool their is bacillus infection 2+is it common

2 Answers
Question
Answer: hi dear! yes dear its common and due to this there is diarrhea , irritability , vomiting can be seen too , fever can be experienced. the symptoms usually last about 2-5 days dear. i hope you have visited your doctor and the treatment has been taken dear. take care dear. i hope this information is helpful to you!
  • avatar
    Neha Chandratreya600 days ago

    My Dr said to stop my milk to baby n told me to give soya formula milk but my baby dosnt like it

Answer: Hello, I think your paediatrician must have given some medication for the baby to overcome this infection .
Similar Questions with Answers
Question: Blood in stool .Is it common???
Answer: Hi dear yes it is common during pregnancy it happens due to constipation you might have versine blood in your stool but there is nothing to worry about I would suggest you to have food which is well digested and easy to digest, there are many reasons of it from pre natal medicines to slow bowel movements. however you can follow some home remedy to get some relief; Please increase your water consumption as it helps in bowel movement, Have fibrous food which are easily digestible like green veggies, oats they have high fibre content. Have isabgol every night, you can.have pitted prunes, overnight soaked raisins too as theu work as natural laxative. Dont strain while you are on the loo, take time have some water and again try. Constipation do not pose any risk to your child. Hope this helps!
»Read All Answers
Question: Is their common in discomfort in 7month of pregnancy
Answer: Hi dear,what kind of discomfort are you taking about. As the baby grows the muscles stretch out and you will feel discomfort in abdomen also there will be diffculty in breathing as the growing uterus pushes the diaphragm
»Read All Answers
Question: Blood in stool is common?
Answer: Hi.. It might happen due to constipation, if it happens in a day or two.. If it more than a little visit your gynaecologist.. Alternatively, when you will visit your gynaecologist next, inform her about it..
»Read All Answers