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"my 22month old son has runny stool as in watery poop as well as bloated stomach.every other ting seems normal.d doc who who initially attended 2 me on ds platform was talking about respiratory infection...whats the correlation"

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    A 31 years year old female asked:
    3 years ago
    my 22month old son has runny stool as in watery poop as well as bloated stomach.every other ting seems normal.d doc who who initially attended 2 me on ds platform was talking about respiratory infection...whats the correlation
    Dr. Omosefe E answered:
    3 years ago
    Good morning. How's your child feeling now? I won't know what the symptoms you first complained of that made the doctor first suggest it may be a respiratory disorder. But from what you just described your baby is having a digestive disorder and not respiratory. Since he's a baby and the stool is very watery, I advise you go see a Paediatrician. Thanks for using Kangpe.
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    A 31 years year old female asked:
    3 years ago
    ok tanx.i complained of d same thing to him too.i guess he confused d runny stool 4 runny nose.anyways,already on my way 2 see a paed.tnx 4 ur prompt response
    Dr. Omosefe E answered:
    3 years ago
    It's okay ma. Am glad you could leave as soon as possible. In the meantime give your child a lot of me water to replace the ones he lost. I wish him speedy recovery. Let is know when he's well. Have a great day.
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    A 31 years year old female asked:
    3 years ago
    hi doc.my son is feelin better after being given probitics as well as colimix and llactose free milk for his cereal.however,my hubby is down with same symptoms and doc gave some drugs also.she said it is communicable.anyway,she basically said he cant eat almost everything,so i want to knw what would be safe for him to eat aand what would aggravate the issue.she said he cant take milk,chicken,oil,butter,egg,etc
    Dr. Omosefe E answered:
    3 years ago
    Good morning. Am glad your son is feeng a lot better. Your husband should basically avoid milk and poorly cooked food. All fruits and vegetables should be well rinsed. Everyone in the house should practise safe hygienic measures like washing of hands. He will do fine.
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