Baby Diarrhea Directory
Diarrhea in newborns can lead to dehydration, signs of which include too few wet diapers, lethargy, thirst, and dry mouth. Medical attention may be necessary. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how babies contract diarrhea, the effects of diarrhea in babies, treatment of diarrhea, and much more.
Baby Diarrhea: Causes, Treatment, and More
Diarrhea in babies, when and how to treat it, and when to call the doctor.
WebMD's tips on preventing diarrhea.
Feeding Baby: How to Avoid Food Allergies
Learn more from WebMD about avoiding food allergies when starting your infant on solids, plus the top 8 allergenic foods.
What Is Rotavirus? What Causes It?
You can’t treat rotavirus with medicine. Here's how to make the best of a bad virus -- and how to stop it from getting worse.
The Truth About Baby Poop: Colored Stool and Diarrhea in Infants
Find out what color changes, diarrhea, and frequency of baby poop may say about your baby's health.
What to Do When Your Baby Has Gas
How to prevent and treat infant gas and its symptoms: baby burping, flatulence, and crying.
Is It Really Food Poisoning?
Your upset stomach could be caused by a food intolerance or irritation -- your GI tract and creme brulee simply don't get along.
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