Continue as long as possible breastfeeding. Breast milk provides optimal conditions for the development of healthy microflora supports the existing balance between lactobacilli, bifidobacteria and E. coli, helping to implement a complete digestion and prevent the development of allergic reactions.
Prefer adapted mixtures (in case of impossibility of breastfeeding), which are enriched with protective factors. These include milk formulas containing live bacteria, composed of prebiotics – substances that promote the assimilation and reproduction of healthy microflora.
Give your baby drugs (after consultation with a doctor), is able to suppress the growth of opportunistic microorganisms. Such drugs include bacteriophages, which have the ability to absorb and dissolution inside a microbial cell. You can also perform the treatment by intestinal antiseptics or antibiotics specially selected for baby dosages.
Populate the intestine of the child healthy flora. With this purpose, probiotics that contain live microorganisms such as lactobacilli, E. coli and bifidobacteria, as well as components of their life. Prebiotics contain non-digestible substances that provide a beneficial effect on the growth of healthy microflora, stimulate her. Common dosage forms of this group of substances allowed to receive children under 1 year include: "Linex", "Enteral", "Bifiform Kid" etc. the Course of treatment prescribed by the doctor.
Use folk remedies for the treatment of dysbiosis in infants. Take St. John's wort - 1 part chamomile - 2 parts, peppermint - 2 parts, plantain - 2 parts, grass and seeds repacka - part 1. One tablespoon of the mixture pour popularly of boiling water, wrap and leave for 30 minutes. Strain, add half a Cup of the tincture in half a liter of boiled water. Let the child drink this tea 3-4 times a day as you can.
The causes of dysbacteriosis in newborns and infants. At risk for imbalance of microflora are children, whose mothers had complications during pregnancy and childbirth, as well as children who are on artificial feeding, prematurity. Colds, certain medications (antibiotics) can lead to violations of the balance of the intestinal microflora.
As we can see in any of these cases of "deviations from the norm" (which for babies are the norm) inexperienced pediatrician may scare more inexperienced parents terrible "intestinal dysbiosis", which requires immediately treated. I want to say that the treatment was virtually useless in the first half of the year. So I think that if there are no serious pathologies of the intestine, it is not worth the fight because it is useless, only the bleach, spend money and torment the child.