The presence of intestinal or parasitic worms in the digestive tract is called worm infection. Flatworms (flukes and tapeworms) and roundworms (pinworms and hookworms) are the most common parasitic worms. Worm infection can result in symptoms such as stomach pain, bloating, diarrhea, nausea, tiredness, and unexplained weight loss.
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Query: Hi doctor, My son is 13 months old. He is having loose motion over a week. I have given him Oflomac-M and Sporlac tablet twice a day. As he did not suffice, stopped giving him milk. Later he was fine for the next two days and when I started back milk since yesterday, again the stools are thin. As of... Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. I have read your question in detail and I know that you are very concerned about your child but do not worry. By what you quote it seems that your child has probably got lactose intolerance, resistant stomach infection or worm infestation. I think you should do stool r... Read Full »