The child is 21 months old, has a bad cold for five days, has diarrhea for four days, coughs, has phlegm in the throat, stuffy nose, tears, yellow and sticky stool. What medicine does the doctor give the child to take to stop diarrhea and catch a cold? At present, I eat ambroxol hydrochloride oral liquid, cefaclor dry suspension and montmorillonite powder, but montmorillonite powder has no effect for two days. I have eaten Xiaoer xiexiting granule before, which can stop diarrhea. Can the doctor eat ambroxol hydrochloride and cefaclor dry suspension together with xiexiting? What can I eat if I can't?
Hello, this situation is considered to be a cold, which is related to virus, bacterial infection and other factors. You can take anti infection, phlegm resolving and cough relieving drugs for treatment. For specific medication, you can try oral ambroxol hydrochloride, cefixime and diarrhea stopping. It's better to separate it for half an hour.
According to your description of your baby's current symptoms, more consideration should be given to respiratory tract infection, which is yellowish, viscous and viscous. If there is no obvious diarrhea, oral medication to help digestion and regulate intestinal flora can be considered. For respiratory tract infection, you can continue to take the above drugs orally. It is recommended to take cold drugs and antidiarrheal drugs at separate intervals
Really, the current situation of the child may be that the child has a gastrointestinal cold. The child should have a blood routine and a stool routine. For the current situation of the child, it may be very sexy. I suggest taking the child to the researcher to check the blood routine, stool routine and take a chest film to understand the specific situation. Convenient for the next medication plan