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Hello. I'm Dr ChipThat isn't anything to be concerned about--there's no bleeding there
At most she might have a mild case of diarrhea but I wouldn't be worried
Please let me know if you need any more information
That from the rapid transit from the diarrhea
I don't think there's an infection there but have her doctor check it out with a stool culture
Can I ask why the negative rating?
I'm a user of this site like you and that impacts on my quality score
Was that a mistake or did you need more information?
Hello again, is your daughter otherwise well currently? Eating and drinking/no fevers etc
Thanks, ***** ***** grey stool just appears to be a compacted stool from constipation, I am not concerned about this. I would however increase the laxative. This constipation would make a child eat less so it would be wise to improve this
Thanks, ***** ***** are your currently giving...I think you said 2.5ml once daily?
I don't think you really have a choice. The alternative of not giving them is allowing your daughter risk worsening constipation which can be painful and inevitable effect what she eats and drinks, as well as causing tummy ache
You should be under paediatrics moving forward though to help with a longer term solution, but for now, a laxative is the only immediate option
I can advise you on the dose if you like. Otherwise I am logging of now and will have to pick this up some other time. Hope you get this resolved soon. Take care
Thanks, ***** ***** can increase to 5ml twice daily. For her age you can go up to 10ml twice daily depending on the response.
Please could you kindly amend your rating, as by answering your question I take on the 1 star. Thank you