Can I give Cypon to my 2 yrs d
  Can I give Cypon to my 2 yrs d

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Can I give Cypon to my 2 yrs daughter. She has less eating habits and have digestion problem. Her stool test says it is semi digested, dark brown, having pus cells about 3(number is 3 but I do not know the unit of measurement) and acidic in nature. Therefore, frequently have loose motion.

PAST HISTORY : No as such just have loose motion frequently.

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Hi,

You don't have to give cypon to a two year old kid,please if her report is showing this semi digested food then please visit a paediatrician as soon as possible.

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