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Hi Doctor, My baby boy on 13th completed his 3 month. Last week he suffered from serious issue, in his poo I saw blood so I consulted with my paediatric Dr. he said it's fresh blood and it's because of infection, and he gave him Taxim-O-O syrup for 5 days. But still issue is remain as it is. But blood may comes in every poo it comes in mostly morning poo. 1 or 2 times. Along with that he also have congenital heart disease it's because of that. He is on medication like calcium syrup and tonoferon. It's because of this medication. Is this a serious issue what can I do for this pls help me Dr. His weight is 4.24 n it's low so Dr. gave him simyl MCT OIL.

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Hi Doctor, My baby boy on 13th completed his 3 month. Las...
1.you must stop tonoferon. 2.secondly get usg (sonography)of stomach. 3.blood is not an acceotable thing at all. take it more seriuosly
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Hi Doctor, My baby boy on 13th completed his 3 month. Las...
Hello, lybrate user, it will be alright, gradually. Give him homoeo medicine: @ bryonia alb 30-1 drops, thrice a day with 1 tsfl of water. @ lachesis 30-1 drop twice a day. You can administer both therapy, simultaneously keeping a gap of one hr. Report after 2 days. Your feedback matters. For further follow up, please. Tk care.
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Hi Doctor, My baby boy on 13th completed his 3 month. Las...
please trust your doctor as baby has heart disease too. he needs complete evaluation. iron syrups do lead to blood like drops in poo. 3 months old baby needs calcium through milk and no too many tonics. good luck
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