BAB Baby 2 Months Thin After The DPT Immunization?
I’m sorry I want to ask. My child is 2 months and 1 week after getting the vaccine 2 days ago, why does the chapter leave?
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DPT vaccine is a combination vaccine given to prevent three diseases, namely diphtheria, pertussis (whooping cough), and tetanus.
The following side effects can occur after DPT vaccine administration:
Fever Pain, swelling, or redness in areas of the body that are injected Children become fussy, vomiting, weakness, or no appetite. so the possibility of your child's liquid bowel movements is not caused by the following implications. but caused by other causes. where liquid BAB is often related to infection, it can be by viruses, bacteria, fungi or parasites. Liquid bowel movements can also occur due to lactose intolerance, impaired absorption in the intestine, or various diseases that involve the whole baby's body (eg fever / infection process outside the digestive tract).
BAB is liquid in infants, as mentioned earlier, most often caused by viruses, such diarrhea will heal by itself and the most important treatment is to prevent the baby from falling into dehydration / lack of fluids. Signs of a dehydrated baby include a fussy baby, fatigue, sunken eyes, reduced tear production, dry mouth mucous membranes, pinching the stomach back slowly, palms palpable and urine production becomes reduced / concentrated. Prevention of dehydration includes regular administration of fluids such as breast milk (most recommended for infants <6 months. If the baby is vomiting violently, giving fluids may need to be via the IV line.
You should immediately consult a doctor to make sure the cause of your child's liquid bowel movements if they don't go swollen, especially accompanied by fever and dehydration. so that the doctor can be examined directly by physical examination, as well as if necessary blood tests and stool examination. so the doctor can provide therapy according to the cause.
there are some things you can do
Give your child plenty of milk to avoid dehydration if your child drinks milk / milk drinks keep clean bottles of milk washing before giving your child milk and washing hands after bowel movements or cleaning your child's bowel you can also read the following article handling diarrhea in infants
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