Babies Aged 24 Days Still Look Yellow?
Hello. my son is 24 days old and he is still quite yellow, when he was in control 2 weeks ago we were doctors waiting 21 days, if 21 days were still yellow, they had to have a blood check. And now it’s been 24 days. Do you really need to have a blood check? My child looks healthy and the micik is strong. If the doctor here says that you are waiting for 10 months, what’s that?
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Having a history of your baby (currently 24 days old) having a yellow complaint that has been going on for 21 days, and your doctor recommends control after 21 days, so you should take your baby to the pediatrician again for control and evaluation. If your doctor recommends or plans a blood test, this can be continued and done. If your baby's yellow condition is not re-consulted and is not immediately controlled, this will pose a risk to your baby's health, such as:
1. jaundice is caused by a dangerous disease, so that your child's health condition is getting weaker
2. baby's weight decreases
3. growth disturbance
5. nervous system disorders
In general, baby yellow complaints occur because the condition of the baby's liver or liver is not yet mature or can not work properly, however, over time, liver maturation will improve and liver function will improve, so the yellow complaints will improve soon. Under certain conditions, babies with yellow can also be triggered by a lack of breast milk consumed, abnormalities in the baby's tongue, lack of milk production and infants rarely get sunlight therapy in the morning.
In certain conditions, the presence of other medical disorders can also trigger the same complaint, such as:
1. impaired liver function
2. liver infection
3. thyroid disorders
4. anemia or red blood cell abnormalities
Therefore, control goes back to the doctor who treated him, so that your child's condition will soon improve and be healthy.
While there are cheeky complaints, I don't find the term cheating nowadays anywhere. If you mean the flick in the ear is a lump in the ear area, then the complaint of this lump is usually a benign lump and not harmful to your baby. however, if the size of these lumps gets bigger then these lumps can be immediately handled properly by the pediatric surgeon. In general, a lump in the child's ear area can be caused by several possibilities, such as:
1. an infection of the skin around the ear
2. accessory tragus is a small lump near the tragus ear
3. hemangiomas, reddish lumps that contain the growth of blood vessels that gather and are not normal
Please be aware of the cause of this lump in advance so that you can find out good handling for your baby. If the cause is unknown, then it cannot be ascertained what treatment can be done and at what age this treatment can be done. If the condition of this lump is not dangerous, then treatment can be done until your child is older. However, all of the time of lump removal and its causes can only be ascertained after examination and evaluation by a pediatric surgeon. Therefore, for the initial steps, visit the doctor who is treating your child at this time. So the doctor can know the progress of the treatment of yellow complaints and plan treatment for a lump in your child's ear.
Thus the info we can convey.