Loose Motion Syrup For 2 Yrs

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shankar Says:


my daughter is 2 yrs old suffering from fever & loose motion



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raju Says:
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My daughter is 3 yrs old suffering from loose motion pls refer medicine

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vanitha Says:
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My son is suffering loose motion, fever and vomiting from the last 3 days. Can you confirm the medicine which I have to use for my 2 year old child?

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Sreshtha Says:
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My daughtet ,2yrs old is suffering from loose motion since 3days(4-5 times/ day).Metrogyl Syp.given but no truthful result. Kindly advice her medicine as soon as possible.

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sonia Says:
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My baby is suffering from lose motion in 15 mintue pls suggest me to stop any medicine till tomorrow .

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Deepak Says:
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All syrup doses in children



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Taranand Tarun Says:
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my son is 22 month 2days suffering for loosemotion & fever & cough

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priya Says:
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My baby is 2years old give name of syrup she is suffering from loose motion and fever

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raashi Says:
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My baby suffereing for loose motione last 2 days he's 3yrs old he's not eating any food pls help me what I can do

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M Saad Says:
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My 2-year-old daughter weighing 9 kg, has been suffering from loose motion since yesterday. She was diagnosed with a stomach infection and her stool color is whitish yellow but not very fluid. She's had 5 bowel movements since this morning. Please suggest a good antibiotic syrup.

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Chittukala Says:
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Hi my daughter is 2 years old she is suffering from loose motion which medicine is to stop loose motion

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Rishabh Says:
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My son 2.5 year old is suffering from loose motion

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