R.O. asks from Harrisburg, PA on July 21, 2010
L.P. answers from Pittsburgh on July 22, 2010
Our problem was wheat. He is now on a gluten-free diet. Good luck!
D.S. answers from Allentown on July 21, 2010
It could be some food you are giving her. Try eliminating what you
think might not agree with her.
Get her some friendly bacteria for infants from the Health Food store and see if that will help too. D.
G.M. answers from Philadelphia on July 22, 2010
two of my children cannot drink apple juice....that was the culprit in our house. Good Luck
B.W. answers from Pittsburgh on July 22, 2010
try florastor for kids. it is a probiotic that my doctor had told me to give my daughter if she had diahrrea. You just mix it in juice or milk or whatever. You can get it at any pharmacy, you just have to ask the pharmacist people for it but you don't need a prescription. have you kept track of what foods she eats around the diahrrea and see if there is a pattern?