5-year-old Child Nausea, Vomiting, Abdominal Pain And Weakness After Consuming Ice?
. I want to ask. My boy’s stomach is now having a stomachache, when he started eating ice cream. After a few hours he vomited, his vomit was only in the form of ice cream which he ate even though before he vomited he already ate rice etc … But the only thing he vomited was ice cream. jg sllu he rubbed while saying it was sick. his food was gone..but he didn’t have a fever .. Is that right … But how is it that the body doesn’t have a fever at all, but is still normal and doesn’t have diarrhea … are there any other symptoms of the disease?
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Complaints of nausea, vomiting after drinking ice cream may be triggered by food poisoning, especially after the doctor treating your niece has an examination and treatment. In general, a history of drinking ice cream is not the main cause, but before drinking ice cream, you have experienced digestive complaints that may not have been felt or have not given a real complaint, but after drinking ice cream that is cold and with ice that stimulates digestion or stomach, complaints of vomiting and digestive disorders are increasingly visible.
However, the possibility of the effects of CCream ice also cannot be ruled out, either because of the possibility that the ice cream has expired, there is a production defect, or because certain ingredients of ice cream are not suitable for digestion of your niece. However, this must be confirmed directly by the competent party or by the doctor who treats your niece.
In pediatric patients with food poisoning, the initial complaint is usually in the form of nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, headache, weakness, drowsiness due to discharge, fever, diarrhea or soft bowel movements. One or more of the early symptoms can be felt, so even if you do not currently have a fever, then this does not exclude the possibility of food poisoning from the results of the doctor's examination. This is because the doctor who treats him better understands the clinical condition of your niece.
Some other medical conditions can also provide the same picture, such as:
1. Dyspepsia syndrome is a collection of pertu uncomfortable symptoms
2. Food allergies
3. Food intolerance
If the complaints felt by your niece have not improved after 3 days of taking medication or this complaint is increasing during taking medication, then you should discuss with his parents to return to consult with the doctor who treats him or as soon as possible to the nearest ER. Your doctor will evaluate the clinical condition of your niece against the risk of dehydration and the risk of other diseases that may cause this complaint. Further examination will be planned if necessary, such as blood tests, ultrasound examination or radiology. The results of the examination will be a reference for further treatment and handling.
For now, several things need to be worked on, like
1. Enough water or ORS
2. Avoid spicy, spicy, oily and instant foods
3. Give a warm compress to your niece's stomach area
4. Give soft or soft food as long as complaints of vomiting still exist
Thus the info we can convey