Dr. Alka BACHELOR OF AYURVEDIC MEDICINE AND SURGERY(B.A.M.S)., MASTERS IN HEALTHCARE SERVICES Ayurveda Specialist
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Giving medicine is not the ideal solution to his problem. Firstly, try to find out the exact cause behind the loose motions. Because, once you find out the exact cause, it will be easy for you to avoid that causative factor and the loose motion will automatically get cured.
Babies his age usually have this problem due to milk. So, if you are giving him cow's or buffalo's milk, stop it for a while and give him mother feed. Then notice if the frequency of stools is under control.
The next thing is, as he is 6 months old, give him fruits like banana, apples, pomegranate juice, boiled rice because all these things are helpful in binding the stool. If you give him a proper diet, then you will find there is no need to give him medicines.
I hope you understand my point. Follow up after two weeks.
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I can understand your concern.
If you have chickenpox or herpes zoster virus infection and you are breastfeeding, then your baby does not get infected with the chickenpox virus through your breast milk.
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