A 1 Year Old Child Vomits After Drinking Formula Milk Accompanied By A Cold Cough And Diarrhea?
My doctor wants to ask. r my child is 1 year old, and I started changing formula milk from 1 year of age and over .. r n r ncondition of my child is coughing, runny nose, diarrhea. r finished drinking milk sometimes vomiting, and vomiting like white tofu, r n r why my child does not match the formula?
In children aged 1 year, then at that age the child must receive complementary food for breastfeeding. Complementary foods are started from soft foods and given gradually. at the age of 1 year you can use formula milk to complement breastfeeding (breastmilk should still be given).
If your child currently has a cold and diarrhea cough and your child has previously used formula milk then it is not a milk allergy.
Cough, cold and diarrhea in children can be caused due to various causes. Babies who are not suitable for formula milk will usually cause symptoms such as vomiting, vomiting, liquid stools, foul-like stool odors, and a reddish rash on the skin. These symptoms usually appear immediately after several uses of milk.
The state of cough, cold and diarrhea in your child can be caused by an infection of the gastrointestinal tract. Gastrointestinal infections or commonly referred to as gastroenteritis, in children aged 1 year are often caused due to viral infections. Gastrointestinal infections are transmitted through contaminated food or through hands that enter the mouth. Gastrointestinal infections can cause symptoms such as vomiting, decreased appetite, watery diarrhea, the child looks sick to the stomach, and fever. besides that it is often accompanied by a cold cough.
Gastrointestinal infections in children aged 1 year should receive immediate treatment by a doctor, because diarrhea and vomiting continuously can lead to dehydration (lack of fluids).
But besides that, the condition that your child is experiencing can also be caused by other causes such as:
Cholera dysentery Respiratory tract infection worm infection in the gastrointestinal tract, therefore, to determine the cause of your child's condition, you should check your child directly to the doctor, so that the doctor can check the condition of your child directly first, and can provide therapy right for your child.
Here's an article that you can read about diarrhea in children
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