1 Year Old Child Defecates After Taking The Night Bus?
Night, april r n My child is 13 months old, we went from Semarang on the bus, then on the bus, my child is fussy because he can’t sleep when he usually sleeps on the bus after arriving at my child’s house, mutah 1 time on the next day during the day His defecation was runny last night he was still defecating in good condition and tonight my child also suddenly had diarrhea again in the form of high school stool with noon but more mlm this r n Well, is it a symptom of colds or just the effect of motion sickness after taking the bus? and how to deal with it naturally in order to get better quickly and not have to take medicine r nThank you for your attention, mlm
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In fact, in the medical realm, the term cold is not known.
Vomiting and defecating more frequently in children does not always indicate a dangerous condition. When traveling long distances, babies can experience motion sickness. This occurs because of the accumulation of information captured by the brain from the sensory system, including the sense of sight and also the sense of balance that occurs when a person is in a moving vehicle. This condition can lead to increased motility of the digestive tract which causes nausea, vomiting, and also an increase in the frequency of bowel movements. Lack of rest, late meals, uncomfortable position in a vehicle, etc. can aggravate this condition.
As long as the vomiting that your child experiences only occurs once, and the frequency of bowel movements does not exceed 3 times a day accompanied by watery stools, then the possibility of your child's condition is not a cause for concern. You can do the following efforts to reduce it:
Let the child rest a lot, don't be too tired at first. Give the child a lot to drink Give him or her a little to eat. Reduce feedings that contain lots of gas, for example vegetables, fruit, coconut milk, and spicy foods Increase digestible foods, for example porridge, food with soup Give children drugs carelessly Minimize children first so they don't snack carelessly. However, if vomiting and diarrhea occur more frequently, you should check your child directly to a doctor or pediatrician. The doctor needs to carry out further evaluation to rule out other possible causes, for example gastrointestinal infections, gastritis (inflammation of the stomach mucosa), poisoning, intolerance, colitis, and so on.
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dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah