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My daughter is 3 months old now a days behaving like crying during urination and passing stools as broken milk frequently in little quantity, so we had doctor consultation and had urine routine test and in that pus cells shown as 4-5 and doctor advised to have taxim o drops for 7 days course and today is 6 days completed but still she behave same and crying during urination and behavioral is discomfort during urination after sleep and stools passing as broken milk very frequently and she is brest feeding.
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on breast feeds, stooi is semisolid golden color .Do not worry about stools. about urine 4-5 pus cells is noticed. you have given Taxim .Give more water. You can give ORS very frequently. Increase water intake .if it does not solve problem .,continue antibiotics for another 3-4 days.. .Repeat urine routine analysis. may do sonography of KUB .you can feedsweet lime juice about 30ml.i am sure it will workout you may fix another conslt .if it does not solve problem.
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