After 3 weeks of being in the hospital with baby (7 weeks old at time of admittance) daughter I am left with many questions I hope a medically knowledgeable person can answer.
Can non-oral antibiotics cause diarrhea?
My daughter was administered to the emergency room after a blood test indicated she had a high white blood cell count. (blood test was done after 3 days of vomiting after her feedings)
She was given antibiotics as a cautionary procedure in case she had meningitis.
She developed diarrhea in the hospital after 2 days.
Many specialists came and went and they blamed the situation on a food allergy. She had no signs of diarrhea before the hospital and I know that oral antibiotics can wreak havoc on an adults stomach. Is there a possibility that the antibiotics (intravenously administered) could have wrecked the lining of her stomach and caused the incredibly bad diarrhea?
I would greatly appreciate any thoughtful responses.
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