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2 year old pooping 4 to 5 times a day
My baby is 2 years and pooping than usual. Normally he poops 1 or 2 times a day. Now he is pooping 4 to 5 times and it's not lose stool but I observed mucus in it. What I should do make him normal again. What is the cause of this. Please let me know. Thank you.
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Give ProGG sachets bid with water, avoid fried and spicy food
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This can happen with change in dietary pattern specifically in this age group . More over toddlers like ur child have relative immmaturity of gut which present with diarrhoea , specifically when there is habit of having packaged juice containing high sugar , if water content is increased in stool consultation needed . Give syrup zinc safely
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Look for diet change in habit new introduction of food . Be safe
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Does the child have any complaint of pain abdomen? If not you should make some changes in site, feed him high fibre diet, start using probiotics like ECONORM one satchet with milk or water twice a day, he will be fine, if associated with pain , you need to see the nearest Pediatreation
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