Erceflora Bacillus Clausii

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Verwon Says:

Erceflora is used to treat chronic cases of diarrhea.

I am only finding limited information on it.

But, what I am finding said the suggested adult dosing is 2-3 vials of the 5billion/5ml suspension.

and 1-2 vials of the same for children 2 to 11 years old.

I hope this helps, if you have any other questions, please post back!

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jonalyn Says:

my 3 month old baby have diarrhea for more than 14 days now and her pedia prescribed to take erceflora for 3 days once a day,is it okay for her to take?

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hazel Says:

my 1 year old baby have diarrhea for 5 days and her pedia prescribed to take erceflora for 2 days once a day,its ok to her to take?

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Gertrude Says:

I've heard that erceflora is treatment for acute type of diarrhea. Is it okay to take erceflora for my 1 yr and 11 month old child even without doctor's prescription? My child had diarrhea for more than 3 days now and i presume it is not an acute type. She had only one-day fever, had not experienced vomiting but had loose, sometimes with mucus and greenish stool.

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gm Says:

erceflora can only be given to patients with acute diarrhea, less than or equal to 14 days.

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channon berry Says:

my 1 yr old has diarrhea but no vomiting or pain..shes as happy as ever..she had been having it off and on for 4days..whats best for her to take for it..she will be 2 yr old in 6months..

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Ana Liz Says:
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My son is 3 yrs old and 1 month and 37 days to be exact; weighing 11.3 kilos, having diarrhea starting this morning with an awful smell, watery and greenish with mucus. Is it ok to take erceflora combining it with 1tsp of glucolyte every now and then? I give him bananas and yakult lactobacilli. Hoping for your answer asap. Thank you very much.

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Ren Hilario Says:

it is possible to give a 91 year old man an Erceflora 3 times a day but not suffering from diarrhea?

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Meljoy Says:
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My baby has diarrhea and he is 2 months old. How many vials of Erceflora can he take in a day?

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